I Speak Music is a programme using music to promote learning, empathy and cultural tolerance between people newly arrived in the UK and local communities.
Join Celebrating Sanctuary Birmingham for the first of their Autumn Live Stream events with Zimbabwean singer and mbira player Milicent Chapanda, followed by a World Music set from DJ Mark ‘Magoo’ Robertson
Journeys Festival International is an annual arts Festival that celebrates the creative talent of exceptional artists from sanctuary seeking backgrounds and shares experiences of refugee and asylum-seeking communities through artistic and creative encounters.
A brand new intercultural collaboration from four Birmingham based musicians. Combining folk influences from Haiti, Zimbabwe, UK and America with strings, percussion, synths, electronics and vocal explorations, come and hear some never-heard-before music from some of the region’s most exciting musicians.
Music in Detention (MiD), in collaboration with musician Oliver Seagar are running a 3 day residency in Dover, with musicians they worked with whilst incarcerated in the UK’s Immigration Detention System
Manchester Aid to Kosovo will be joined by some of the finest musicians from Manchester and Kosovo as Manchester celebrates 20 years of recovery in Kosovo – and Manchester – with art and music from those who have supported the charity’s projects during the last 20 years.
Bush Theatre, 7 Uxbridge Road London W12 8LJ 7.30pm Full details and booking: https://musicaction.org/shubbak-10to10 With the support from British Red Cross young refugee service, join Music Action International’s Everyday People as they debut original songs inspired by photographs from Shubbak’s 10 to 10 exhibition. Everyday People support young people newly arrived from conflict areas. The young […]
An international team of musicians will create pure joy with over 100 children from primary schools across London! Inspired by music from Syrian, Roma, Mozambican and other refugee cultures, children will write and perform songs together.