Freedom To Roam: The Rhythms of Migration

Freedom To Roam: The Rhythms of Migration

Saturday, 13 May 2023, 7.30pm

Empowering positive solutions through music, film and visual art

Eliza Marshall’s Freedom To Roam brings a beautifully crafted journey in new music, film and visual art back on tour this Spring. The award winning album – The Rhythms Of Migration – from acclaimed composers Catrin Finch, Jackie Shave, Donal Rogers and Eliza Marshall, featuring Kuljit Bhamra MBE and Robert Irvine, is played in its entirety, accompanied by stunning visual artwork from Amelia Kosminksy. The music is preceded by the short film Connected, from multi-award winning director Nicholas Jones.

Music and film are powerful tools with thought-provoking voices. Freedom To Roam’s mission is to open ideas and conversation about our interconnected worlds, and to encourage feelings of hope, empowerment and aspiration towards a better future for all living things.

Short documentary (disclosure // suicide awareness // animal welfare)

featuring Virginia McKenna, Alan Watson Featherstone, Nick Ray, Alexandra McKenzie, Nick Hayes

The Rhythms Of Migration
Live music:

Kuljit Bhamra tabla/percussion
Catrin Finch harp/piano
Robert Irvine cello
Eliza Marshall flutes/whistles
Dónal Rogers guitars/bass/piano
Jackie Shave violin/piano

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