Making Tracks
  • Thursday 26 September 2024, 7:30pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £17.50, FTE/U18 £.5.50
Book tickets
Image Making Tracks

Since 2019, Making Tracks has brought world class music from all corners of the globe to a network of leading venues throughout the UK. The project is based around the idea that intercultural and interspecies music (music that no one species could make on its own) has the power to foster a deeper appreciation of both biodiversity and cultural diversity.

This Autumn, Making Tracks returns to Stoller Hall with another incredible line-up of eight musicians, performing solo and collaboratively.

“Making Tracks is a key scheme for introducing music to audiences and vice-versa, converting silence and monoculture into a rich and flourishing exchange with the world”
– Ben Mandelson (WOMEX)

“The sheer quality of musicianship on display is immense”
– Songlines Magazine

 

A design of interlinked black triangles

makingtracksmusic.org
 

Seating for this show will be unallocated. If you have any access requirements, please do let us know at boxoffice@stollerhall.com or on 0333 130 0967 (lines open Tuesday – Thursday 1.30pm – 4pm).

Making Tracks
  • Thursday 26 September 2024, 7:30pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £17.50, FTE/U18 £.5.50
Book tickets

Performers

Performers

Christian Mohr Levisen (Denmark) - hurdy gurdy player and multi-instrumentalist
Helen Anahita Wilson (UK) - composer, vocalist, sound artist, electronics
Kasiva Matua (Kenya) - percussionist, singer, guitarist
Anna Mcluckie (UK) - harpist and singer-songwriter
Shohret Nur - Uyghur rawap and dutar player
Nina Harries (UK) - double bassist and singer-songwriter
Ossi Raippalinna (Finland) - percussionist, electronics
Ayman Hlal (Syria/Germany) - violinist, singer

Since 2019, Making Tracks has brought world class music from all corners of the globe to a network of leading venues throughout the UK. The project is based around the idea that intercultural and interspecies music (music that no one species could make on its own) has the power to foster a deeper appreciation of both biodiversity and cultural diversity.

This Autumn, Making Tracks returns to Stoller Hall with another incredible line-up of eight musicians, performing solo and collaboratively.

“Making Tracks is a key scheme for introducing music to audiences and vice-versa, converting silence and monoculture into a rich and flourishing exchange with the world”
– Ben Mandelson (WOMEX)

“The sheer quality of musicianship on display is immense”
– Songlines Magazine

 

A design of interlinked black triangles

makingtracksmusic.org
 

Seating for this show will be unallocated. If you have any access requirements, please do let us know at boxoffice@stollerhall.com or on 0333 130 0967 (lines open Tuesday – Thursday 1.30pm – 4pm).

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