Romain is the director and conductor of the
WORLD HARMONY ORCHESTRA
Created in July 2016 with pianist Cyrill Ibrahim, this is an ensemble of professional musicians based in London, who come from all over the world and perform for peace and humanitarian causes, raising funds and awareness for charities. Romain is helped in this project by his partner, the violinist Eleanor Harrison.
The Orchestra has performed 19 times in an array of historical and symbolic venues such as the Museum of Immigration and Diversity, Grande-Synthe refugee camp in France, Folkestone beach, the Dutch Church, the Actor's Church, Islington Town Hall and the Royal Academy of Arts.
WHO has collaborated with several charities including Islington Centre for Refugees and Migrants, Amnesty International UK, Core Arts mental health charity and We Make Change.
OUR FIRST CD WITH THE WORLD HARMONY ORCHESTRA IS NOW AVAILABLE!
A LIVE RECORDING FROM OUR LAST CONCERT:
"SPRINGS OF HUMANITY"
On World Poetry Day and Spring Day (21 March 2018), at the Islington Metal Works (London), this unique event featured socially conscious songwriters and artists, an impressive line-up of 8 performers accompanied by the World Harmony Orchestra sharing their original and uplifting works about hope, social change, solidarity and empowerment.
To find out more about the event, please check our website.
You can buy a £10 CD HERE.
Half of the profits made from the sales of the CD will be donated to the charity Emmaus International which acts "against poverty and exclusion, bringing together 350 associations in 37 countries, spread over 4 continents."