War Child Benefit: Occasional Liberation Music Orchestra & Viva Choir

War Child Benefit: Occasional Liberation Music Orchestra & Viva Choir

Friday 14 June 2024
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Ashburton Arts Centre


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A benefit concert for the charity War Child which works 
with and for children displaced by current conflicts. None of the musicians is taking a fee for this concert.

Roz Walker’s Viva Choir has teamed up with the Occasional Liberation Music Orchestra (OLMO) which features some excellent Devon-based musicians who’ve come together specially to support this extremely worthy cause.

The OLMO is a jazz and improvising orchestra based on the original Charlie Haden & Carla Bley Orchestra. The orchestra includes: Sam Richards, piano; Andy Williamson, saxophones, bass clarinet; Ric White, saxophones, flutes; Stephen Sterling, guitar; Eliza Jacobs, electric cello; Ali Waterman, electric cello; Roger Hall, double bass, gongs; Marcus Vergette, double bass; Davide Berlanda, congas & percussion; Steve Day, drums.
They’ll be performing poignant ballads, world music & peace songs plus wild forays into the jazz hinterland and beyond.

Roz Walker’s Viva Choir is a women’s collective specialising in world music & peace songs in times of conflict.

war child images of a boy and girl


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