ABOUT FREEDOM TO ROAM
The Rhythms Of Migration
Eliza Marshall’s Freedom to Roam is a humanitarian and environmental project inspired by a desire for universal compassion and respect for nature. The project traverses themes such as climate change, conflict, environmental destruction, rewilding, restriction, empathy and what it means to be displaced without choice.
A musician who has travelled the world – working with Peter Gabriel, Sir Paul McCartney, The Divine Comedy and sarod guru Amjad Ali Khan, Eliza has a love for crossing musical boundaries. An ambassador for Global Music Match, she is passionate about cross-cultural creativity and initiated Freedom To Roam during a visit to Coll, the inner Hebridean island, in 2018. As the project gained support from musicians such as Catrin Finch, Kuljit Bhamra, Jackie Shave, Dónal Rogers and others, it gained momentum after a hugely successful Kickstarter campaign and a partnership with The Born Free Foundation.
Each facet of the project (album, documentary and live concerts) has been crafted with world-class creatives and forms part of a journey through universal responses to our own and the planet’s most pressing needs. An ever-evolving initiative, Freedom To Roam aims to simultaneously ask deep questions about our humanity, our connection to nature and how best to respond positively to our current crises.
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