EMPOWERING POSITIVE SOLUTIONS THROUGH MUSIC, FILM AND VISUAL ART
The rhythms of migration should have no boundaries. Our humanity, wildlife and biodiversity are intrinsically interconnected, for we are all nature. Freedom To Roam celebrates the possibilities, the opportunities and the desire for hope and compassion in this, our beautiful planet earth.
Arts Council England
Royal Philharmonic Society
Fatea Innovation Award 2021 Freedom To Roam
Elevate Worcestershire Growth 2023
Freedom To Roam produces and curates outstanding new music, short documentaries and visual art, drawing attention to important issues and highlighting the positive impact we can make as individuals and together.
Freedom To Roam strives to counter the constant bombardment of negative news, bringing musicians and artists together in unique and exciting collaborations united by a shared ethos, to inspire and ignite positive action and well-being.
Freedom To Roam seeks to raise awareness and open up broad minded debate through our narratives, as well as raising funds for aligned charities and causes.
We are always looking for new partners, outreach projects and creative initiatives and commissions - please get in touch with any ideas or questions.
Freedom To Roam: The Rhythms of MigrationSpring Tour 2022
Leaving My Homeland
Rain Coming - from the album Freedom to Roam: The Rhythms of Migration
The Rhythms of Migration
‘An engagingly immersive, occasionally joyous, cross pollination of African, Celtic and Indian folk and classical styles, traversing themes from climate change to conflict, empathy to displacement. Lovingly crafted and alive with motion, Marshall and company should be applauded for having created a collection so inspirational and thought-provoking from the base materials of our madness’.
‘Full of exciting potential - beautiful’
Innovation Project - Award Winner
Fatea Magazine 2021
A totally mesmeric hour-long aural experience of transcendent quality. A drink from this global watering hole will leave you enriched, enlightened and, hopefully, a more altruistic, compassionate being.
Folk Radio UK
Freedom To Roam: The Rhythms of Migration is an album of entirely self-penned new works, and a new short documentary film, exploring the challenges and frustrations of the forbidden freedoms within humanity, the exploitation of land and animals.
Music and film have long been a powerful combination. Our inaugural documentary ‘Connected’ has given us the ability to explore the stories that have inspired our music. Featuring Virginia McKenna, Will Travers, Alan Watson-Featherstone, Nick Ray, Alexandra McKenzie and Nick Hayes.
Amelia Kosminsky is a visual artist focusing in video design, light sculpture and photography.
She studied Video Design for Live Performance at Guildhall School.