Bazaar Heart Dinner- Moscow- 30th June 2012
BAZAAR HEART DINNER, a charitable dinner and auction held in Moscow, Russia on June 30th 2012,raised over Ä100,000 for The Bryan Adams Foundation. The event was put on by Harpers Bazaar for Russian model Natalia Vodianova to raise money for her Naked Heart Foundation. She later joined BA on stage to sing a rousing version of 'When You're Gone'. The auction included theHarpers Bazaar cover portrait of Bryan and Natalia together which was taken by BA a few months ago.
Shoebox Auction & Exhibition - 18th March 2010
The Bryan Adams Foundation and Kids Company hosted "Shoebox Art", a unique auction and exhibition of work by leading artists. In support of Kids Company's work with vulnerable children, each artist recreated a room from their childhood inside a shoebox.

The Auction was held at The Haunch of Venison Gallery in London and raised over £170,000 to support art based therapeutic work carried out by Kids Company.

Exhibiting artists:
Grayson Perry, Alastair Mackie, Polly Morgan, Zaha Hadid, Mat Collishaw, Rachel Howard, Marc Quinn, Paul Hazelton, Jake & Dinos Chapman, David Bailey, Damien Hirst, Ross McNicol, Gavin Turk, Hugo Dalton, Oliver Clegg, Shorvon and Hunter, Polly Borland, Ronnie Wood, Simon Periton, Tom Gallant, Rob Ryan, Don Brown, John Isaacs, Kate Moross, Jeremy Deller, Linder Sterling, Boo Saville, Dan Macmillan, Natasha Chambers, Henry Hudson, Paul Fryer, Stella Vine, Daisy de Villeneuve, Zoe Paul, Mark Wallinger, Tim Braden, Stephanie Carlton Smith, Jamie Shovlin, Nathalie Murphy, Dawn Howley.

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The Bryan Adams Foundation held its inaugural fundraising event, An Evening of Opera and Picnic, on Wednesday 1st July 2009 on the lawns of The Royal Hospital, Chelsea in London.

A 4 course picnic, donated by Michelin star chef Gordon Ramsay and eaten on rugs to the accompaniment of music by The Pavao Quartet, was followed by a performance of Opera in the hospitalís chapel sung by the Jette Parker Young Artists from the Royal Opera House, who sung pieces by Puccini, Bizet, Mozart, Verdi and others. Critically acclaimed UK violinist, Charlie Siem, also performed on the evening during the second half.

Adams performed as well, opening the concert singing a duet with the soprano Anita Watson: 'Love Unspoken' by Lehar. The evening concluded with a performance of 'All for Love' by the entire cast.

The funds raised from the event will support two projects. The Chelsea Pensioners' Appeal, which is raising funds to modernise parts of The Royal Hospital - a home for around 300 veteran soldiers - and Switchback which helps young offenders rebuild their lives when they come out of prison.

The evening was sponsored by Phonak, a leading and innovative hearing solutions provider, who are committed to supporting events that celebrate music and help emphasise the importance of good hearing.


We are hugely grateful and enormously thankful to Phonak for their sponsorship and to Gordon Ramsay for donating the picnics. As well as to everybody else who supported the event so generously:

The Jette Parker Young Artists, The Pavao Quartet, Charlie Siem, At Your Service, Daylesford Organic, Perrier Jouet Champagne, The Wren Press, Big Fridge Ltd, Henny Lynne Flowers, Fudges, Hildon Water, L'Artissan du Chocolat, Green & Black's, Heal's, Casablanca Marquees, Jones Furniture Hire, AON Insurance, Atmosphere Apparel, Rock-it Cargo, Addison Lee, De'Longhi Coffee, Berry Bros & Rudd.
Presently all fundraising is done through BA's photography and with private donations associated with photography.