Eliza Marshall’s

The Rhythms of Migration

A new album and documentary to inspire hope and compassion, through music and film, for all living things.

The wonderful Born Free ethic has resonated deeply within our project, and we wanted to help raise awareness for all that they do to Keep Wildlife in the Wild.”

Live Performance 18th December 2021 in aid of Born Free Foundation

Cecil Sharp House, London


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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.

Freedom to Roam will see some of the world’s top musicians from England, Wales, Kenya, Senegal, India and Italy join forces to reflect on humanity and nature though music and visuals.

The evening will commence with a screening of a short documentary which highlights the interconnectivity of humanity and nature, followed by inspiring performances from:

Eliza Marshall   flutes

Catrin Finch  harp

Lydia Lowndes-Northcott viola

Jackie Shave  violin

Kuljit Bhamra MBE  tablas

Dónal Rogers guitars, synths and electric bass

Robert Irvine  cello

Joby Burgess percussion

Award-winning director Nicholas Jones of Picture Imperfect is no stranger to focusing on important issues. His recent documentary ‘A Greenlander‘ has screened at 12 international film festivals and won 5 awards, most notably picking up the Best International Short at the Oscar-qualifying American Documentary Film Festival, 2020

Live Performance 18th December 2021 

Cecil Sharp House, London

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