Harvey Parker Trust: Love In Mind

Harvey Parker Trust: Love In Mind

Sunday, 30 April 2023, 7.00pm

A star-studded line-up of artists across classical, pop, jazz, and dance music
join forces in a symphony of sounds to support the mental wellbeing
of young creatives

An illustrious line-up of special guest artists including Grammy award-winning Clean Bandit, internationally recognised cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, Chineke! Orchestra, Europe’s first ethnically diverse professional orchestra, award-winning jazz organisation Tomorrow’s Warriors, hitmaker Charlie Deakin Davies aka Charlieee and many more headline artists still to be announced, will join forces with Mark Rylance to take part in this special charity concert at London’s Southbank Centre to launch The Harvey Parker Trust.

The night, which also includes performances from members of the National Children’s Orchestras of Great Britain, Future Talent and the Choir of Westminster School, comes together in a spectacular of sound and inspiration to raise awareness and support for the mental wellbeing of young, marginalised creatives.

Legendary London nightclub Heaven and G-A-Y will support a spectacular Love In Mind afterparty in the foyer of the Queen Elizabeth Hall featuring DJs drawn from the worlds of music, fashion and art. Tickets will be sold separately or as part of the Love In Mind concert’s VIP package.

The Love In Mind concert launches The Harvey Parker Trust, in memory of 20-year-old Harvey Parker, a gender fluid, autistic and prodigiously talented mixed-race musician whose mental health took a tragic turn just days before Christmas 2021 when they ended their life. This new charity aims to make a positive difference and raise funds for young artists experiencing mental health crises and give them access to emotional and mental health support.

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Published by dianawhitehead on 18 February 2023

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