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Freedom to Roam: Rhythms of Migration

  • Thursday 24 February 2022, 7:30pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £22
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Performers

Catrin Finch - Harp
Kuljit Bhamra (MBE) - Tabla
Jackie Shave - Violin
Robert Irvine – Cello
Eliza Marshall - Flutes
Dónal Rogers - Guitars/Bass

 ‘A totally mesmeric… experience of transcendent quality, in which African, Celtic and Indian influences coalesce as classical fuses with folk, with just a hint of electronic’ – Folk Radio UK

Folk meets classical via Africa, Scotland and India.
Crossing borders, breaking boundaries.

The evening will begin with a screening of a new 30 minute documentary film from award-winning Director Nicholas Jones of Picture Imperfect, which highlights the interconnectivity of humanity and nature. Following an interval, there follows a 60 minute concert of the entire Freedom To Roam album, with video design from Amelia Kosminsky.

Expect a show of wonderful music, inspiration and progressive ideas.

Six world-class musicians come together to perform a special concert of new self-written original works to highlight the interconnectivity of humankind and our natural world. Following the writing and recording of an album in 2021, the proceeds of which are in aid of the Born Free Foundation, the ensemble are performing a few select concerts from 21 – 28 February 2022.

Freedom To Roam is a global musical journey with compelling original music and inspirational visuals, weaved together through tablas, harps, flutes, strings and percussion. This formidable melting-pot of talent and experience promises the audience an evening of exceptional musicianship, uplifting ideas and reflects on humanity and nature, the exploitation of land and animals.

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  • Thursday 24 February 20227:30pm
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