The Rhythms Of Migration Launch Concert


June 7th 7.30pm UK time

Freedom To Roam: The Rhythms of Migration premiered on Saturday 18th December at Cecil Sharp House in London with a live concert plus the debut screening of the documentary by Nicholas Jones produced specifically for the project.

The line up of world-class musicians,  Eliza Marshall’s Freedom To Roam performed 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. 

The event was recorded in HD video and audio and will be streaming live to celebrate Virginia McKenna’s 91st birthday.



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

With this event, we’re also celebrating Born Free’s Virginia McKenna on her 91st birthday. With 50% of all profits going directly to The Born Free Foundation you’ll be raising much-needed funds for their vital work.


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