Music Projects

Showcase of Work

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Watch this space for more projects and concerts in the future.

Soundtrack Project

November 2015- April 2016

The Soundtrack project is run by Bristol Pre-Conservatoire and is an intergenerational project based in St Monica’s (an old people's home). During the project, Victoria, alongside other students, listened as the residents recounted stories from their lives and composed a piece to reflect their past and most powerful memories.

Shapes of Water - Sway Gallery

4th October 2018

An instillation created by artist Hiroko Imada called the Shapes of Water held at the Sway Gallery in London (a Japanese art gallery). This instillation merged elements of both art and music in combination, with Nicholas Sabisky composing the music to be played alongside the artwork. Victoria Heath and Megan Storer performed these works alongside Nicholas during the opening.

Lewisham Live Festival

January - March 2019

Lewisham Live is an annual arts festival and includes many projects across the borough. Victoria participated in a collaborative arts projects in a local special needs secondary school combining music and dance in a programme devised by the students. The project leaders went in once a week to work with them on their music and creative skills which culminated in a performance at the end of the term.

Cinematic Syncopations Orchestra

10th March 2019

A new and emerging orchestra based in Greater London. The CSO was formed, and is led by, Megan Storer She is a Trinity Laban graduate and is dedicated to raising money in memory of her brother for the Cystinosic Foundation UK.
Concerts feature a range of film scores and are very child friendly, suitable for all ages.

Lumos Duo

31st January 2020

Featured in the Old Royal Naval College Lunchtime Concert series, The Lumos Duo is a flute and guitar duet made up of Victoria Heath and Bárbara Matos. After meeting in 2018 at Trinity Laban Conservatoire, they have created an interesting World Music programme together, aiming at exploring different sounds found around the globe.
Some of their pieces can be found in the 'recordings' section.

London Oriana Choir with the Rosewood Orchestra

1st February 2020

The London Oriana Choir and Rosewood Orchestra collaborated on an exciting choral concert. This featured works from numerous large operas including Verdi's La Traviata and Nabucco, Bizet's Carmen and Strauss' Champagne Chorus alongside others.

MusicOnWheels - Lycaeum Music

November 2019 - October 2020

A project like no other dreamt up and realised by Petru Cotarcea, known as MusicOnWheels. Victoria Heath took an active part in the teaching and behind the scenes running of this exciting new project. Taking part on a renovated bus within disadvantaged London neighbourhoods, the project works alongside local communities to offer free musical education with professional musicians. Offering a variety of instruments to choose from at a range of locations, the MusicOnWheels bus has been applauded for its ingenuity and forward thinking.

Wind Ensemble - Trinity Laban

4th December 2020

A concert hosted at Blackheath Halls by Trinity Laban Wind Ensemble.
This concert consisted of: Beethoven's Symphony no.1, Gounod's Petite Symphonie and a premier of Anders Waller's composition Wind In Sail.

Animate Online

28th - 30th October 2020

Animate is a series of projects open to young musicians of varying ages and abilities which focuses on creating collaborative group compositions. Past projects have been featured at the BBC Proms, on Radio 3 and BBC TV.
This particular project was for ages 10-14 and focused on remote group composition. The recording was also done remotely which created an amazing final result!



FlautingIt is a new flute duo comprised of Meg Storer and Victoria Heath. They specialise in online platforms, presenting their works on their YouTube and Facebook. Their most recent project is the Holst series, where they uploaded videos of Holst's 12 Divertimentos for everyone to enjoy.

Have a look for their work on the FlautingIt page on this website, or by following FlautingIt on Facebook and YouTube!

Notate Create Innovate

3rd - 5th February 2021

Notate Create Innovate is bringing a collection of FREE online musical workshops right to you!

Aimed at children aged 7-11, we strive to create engaging and creative content to benefit children across England. We have 3 workshops to offer to you at this time, which you can read about on the Notate Create Innovate page.

Each exciting workshop will be held on Zoom and last approximately 50 mins in groups of up to 10 children.

We hope to see you there!

Victoria's Final Recital

29th May 2021 7:00pm

Victoria's final recital for her BMus course at Trinity Laban Conservatoire. It’s been a complicated year with many changes to the course but flexibility is key.
Victoria will host an exciting online event blending both pre-recorded and live elements into an impressive concert.

Click the link below to watch the recordings!

The Harmony Platform

22nd January 2022

A collaboration between different artistic disciplines over a day to create new works and inspire creation. This project culminated in a number of recordings made by Richard Sabisky. Included in The Harmony Platform alongside Richard Sabisky (videographer) were Nicholas Sabisky (composer and musician), Victoria Heath (coordinator and musician) and Olivia Heath (dancer).

Ukrainian National Anthem

March 2022

Over 75 musicians across the globe are coming together to play the Ukrainian National Anthem as a show of solidarity for the country in this challenging time. Recorded online, in our own homes, the video has been edited together to form a magnificent orchestral and choral work.

Please support this cause here:

Charity Concert for Ukraine

7th of April at 7.30pm, St John's Notting Hill

An evening of live chamber music and narration at St John's Notting Hill (W11 2NN) Thursday 7th April at 7.30pm. Also streamed online. All proceeds will go towards our ongoing Ukraine medicines buying activities for the south and east of the country.

The repertoire will include, but not be limited to:

- G.F. Handel - Largo from Xerxes

- Simon & Garfunkel - Sound of silence

- S. Foster - Hard times come again no more

- Metallica - One (arranged for violin, cello, piano, and flute)

- R. Gliere - Duo for violin & cello

- N. Sabisky - Memory of the wind

The music will be performed by a Cello (Rob Wheatley), Violin (Petru Cotarcea), Flutes (Nicholas Sabisky, Victoria Heath), Piano (Jordan Clarke), and Ukrainian musicians joining in live online via Zoom on Guitar (Nazar Leskiv) and Piano (Kristina Fedorniak).