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6.00pm

Making Tracks

Part of Just Announced

Tickets

From £10

A 9% booking fee applies online and over the phone. A £2.50 postage fee is charged where applicable.

Age restriction: 14+

Inspired by musical traditions from around the world, and the natural world itself, Making Tracks brings together eight extraordinary musicians from deep-rooted musical cultures to create brand new, original music.


It is an entirely unique collaboration, based around the idea that intercultural music can foster a deeper appreciation of the cultures taking part – and lead to incredible musical moments. Artists to be announced in June.

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

“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)

Featured 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