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Freedom to Roam Collective

Eliza Marshall’s Freedom To Roam brings together beautifully crafted journeys in new music, film and visual art.

After two highly acclaimed live tours playing to standing ovations in venues such as Cecil Sharp House, The Met, The Apex, Theatr Mwaldan, The Freedom To Roam Collective are excited to be collaborating with Ballet Folk in 2024 with their debut performances at Folk East and Shrewsbury Folk Festival this Summer.

With exceptional, world-class musicians, stunning visual artwork and thought provoking new documentary CONNECTED, this multi-media experience brings hope and optimism in times of climate emergency, mental health epidemics, and the need to protect our natural world. From Africa to India via Scotland, with tablas, flutes, harps, guitars and strings, we take you on a journey through the depths of sadness to the highs of potential and community enlightenment.

They have raised money for charities including the Born Free Foundation, Trees For Life and Malvern Welcomes, and are grateful for support from Arts Council England, The Royal Philharmonic Society and Elevate Worcestershire Growth.

“Full of exciting potential – beautiful” – The Guardian

“A totally mesmeric hour-long aural experience of transcendent quality. A drink from this global watering hole will leave you enriched, enlightened and, hopefully, a more altruistic, compassionate being” – FRUK

“An engagingly immersive, occasionally joyous, cross pollination of African, Celtic and Indian folk and classical styles, traversing themes from climate change to conflict, empathy to displacement. Lovingly crafted and alive with motion, Marshall and company should be applauded for having created a collection so inspirational and thought- provoking from the base materials of our madness” – Songlines

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