The Rhythms Of Migration


Freedom To Roam: The Rhythms of Migration will premiere live on Saturday 18th December at Cecil Sharp House in London.  The documentary will also premiere at this event.


With a line up of world-class musicians,  Eliza Marshall’s Freedom To Roam will play their stunning new album in its entirety. This ground-breaking concert and album launch, in aid of Save Africa’s Giants – an urgent new campaign from Born Free, highlights a new global journey with compelling original music and inspirational visuals, weaved together through tablas, harps, flutes, strings and percussion. 


Catrin Finch – Harp (BBC Radio 2 Folk Award Winner)
Kuljit Bhamra – Tabla (MBE)
Jackie Shave – Violin (Leader, Britten Sinfonia)
Lydia Lowndes-Northcott – Viola (Tippett Quartet)
Robert Irvine – Cello (Red Note Ensemble)
Eliza Marshall – Flutes (The Lion King)
Dónal Rogers – Guitars/Bass (Ranagri)
Joby Burgess – Percussion (Pioneers of Percussion)
Produced by Andrew Morgan
Documentary director – Nicholas Jones
Video designer – Amelia Kosminsky

The event commences with a world premiere screening of the documentary film, from award-winning Director Nicholas Jones of Picture Imperfect, followed by The Rhythms of Migration played live in full.


Tickets cost £10 or £25 with £80 VIP tickets (restricted to 80 guests) which include signed programmes and a welcome reception at 6.15pm in Trefusis Hall.

In aid of Save Africa’s Giants 


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