In the run up to our launch event in London, the Founder of arts against Slavery, Rachel Beckles Willson, was interviewed for SOAS Radio.
For asylum-seekers music is often a re-connection with happiness. Making music is also a way of giving others happiness – and thus a way of offering, connecting, even when you feel you have nothing left. Read more…
What connects the stories of a Gambian rapper, an exiled Italian writer and an English-Irish composer? And how might they encounter two Greek musicians, a London-born poetess and the Indian tabla?
This concert of traditional, newly-composed and improvised music draws together a remarkable array of performers to respond to the extraordinary times in which Europe is living today.