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Where will I be? on Friday 27th May 2022
In Where will I be? leading musicians collaborate with participants from Single Homeless Project to present a vividly imagined concert of classical, folk and world music interspersed with story telling drawing on myth and legend. In the inspiring setting of the Foundling Museum, audiences will be taken on a creative voyage exploring the common human need to have a home.
Alongside a programme of Bach, Weir, Bowie, Bhamra, Jegede, folk music from across the world and improvisation, the musicians will premiere a new work by composer and jazz bassist Misha Mullov-Abbado, commissioned by NW Live Arts with support from the RVW Trust.
Participants from the Single Homeless Project have been participating in storytelling workshops in the lead up to the concert, with facilitator Eileen Egerton and the musicians, and will showcase the creative results of these workshops exploring the human experience and personal meaning of being homeless and finding a pathway, not simply back but forward, to a new place of hope.
Kuljit Bhamra MBE Tabla
Tunde Jegede Kora, Cello
Sabina Rakcheyeva Violin
Henrietta Hill Viola
Misha Mullov-Abbado Double Bass
Storytellers from The Single Homeless Project
Music Genres: Classical, Folk, Spoken Word, World Music
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