Concert series exploring migration comes to North London1:04, 5th November 2019
As part of a new Arts Council-funded project, North London-based concert organisation NW Live is presenting three evenings of words and music that trace migrants’ journeys from Africa and the Middle East to Europe.
Each concert examines different aspects of the way music interacts with and reflects human experience. The next concert, taking place at the end of November, explores the body both as saviour and burden. Musicians including Sabina Rakcheyeva (violin), Attab Haddad (oud), Antonio Romero (percussion), Tunde Jegede (kora and cello) and Kate St John (oboe and cor anglais), blend folk, classical and contemporary music from Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
The concert will see Kentish Town Health Centre transformed into a concert hall for the night.
When: 29 November 2019, 7.45pm
Where: The Atrium, Kentish Town Health Centre, 2 Bartholemew Road, NW5 2BX
Tickets are £12 and are available from www.nwlivemusic.co.uk/tickets. Free tickets for Camden residents on low income and other concessions.