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Concert Migrants’ Song Cycle by Lambrego

September 25 @ 17:00 Door donation please

MIGRANTS’ SONG CYCLE is a new album of shared stories of migration and belonging from Anglo-Brazilian duo Hannah Dunster and Fernando Machado, working as Lambrego, in creative partnership with award-winning Indian designer, director of moving image technology, Akhila Krishnan. As recipients of the English Folk Song and Dance Society’s Alan James Creative Bursary and Residency Programme in 2019-20, their collaborative work followed the evolving nature of migrancy, music and community in England through a fusion of world and English folk music. The result is the creative work known as MIGRANTS’ SONG CYCLE, a unique album whose songs follow the pattern or cycle of migration as Lambrego’s guitarist, Fernando Machado explains,

“We came together with the aim of creating a project of shared stories of migration and belonging. When creating the song cycle, we exchanged stories with people who have migrated to the south of England. With roots spanning from Cyprus, Ireland, France, Syria, Israel, India, Brazil, Argentina, United States, Senegal and Portugal, as well as British born with migrant ancestry, together we found a cycle of universal themes encompassing Home – Journey – Encounter – Saudades (longing) – New Roots and then finally returning back to Home.”

The concert has been made possible by the Arts Council England, Cecil Sharp House, English Folk Dance + Song Society and Best Foot Music. Best Foot Music is a Brighton based non-profit organisation that collaborates with musicians & communities who have moved to the UK from around the World.


25 September
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Door donation please
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Unitarian Church Brighton
New Rd
Brighton, BN1 1UF Brighton
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