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News at NW Live Arts

Scroll down to find out what we’re up to and see what our talented community of partners and artists have to say about the work they do with us. Remember to sign up to our mailing list below for all the latest news.

Finding My Voice / New Accents – Caroline Heslop on the creative process

I am thrilled to announce our forthcoming concerts ‘Finding my voice’ Friday, September 30th King’s Place Hall 2 and ‘New Accents’ Art Workers’ Guild Thursday October 20th. NW Live Arts’ projects and concerts are inspired by innovative collaboration and we are absolutely delighted to be bringing together four such [...]

August 5, 2022|

Where will I be? Eileen Egerton on the Creative Workshops

Eileen Egerton Q&A In our next two concerts this May, titled Where will I be?, musicians from NW Live Arts collaborate with participants from Single Homeless Project to present a vividly imagined concert of classical, folk and world music interspersed with storytelling drawing on myth and legend. Participants from [...]

May 6, 2022|

Caroline Heslop on ‘Where will I be?’

In our next two concerts this May, entitled Where will I be?, musicians from NW Live Arts collaborate with participants from Single Homeless Project to present a vividly imagined concert of classical, folk and world music interspersed with storytelling drawing on myth and legend. Participants from Single Homeless Project [...]

May 3, 2022|

Launching NW Live Arts Champions

Could you help us connect people through music? NW Live Arts reaches out to some of the most vulnerable people in the capital through the transformative power of music. Working with internationally acclaimed musicians, writers and storytellers, we engage communities and empower participants to experience music and other art [...]

March 29, 2022|

Moments from our Belonging concert

Enjoy moments from the Belonging concert at Conway Hall in October, as part of the Bloomsbury Festival 2021 - a fantastic melee of music from different cultures interlaced with poetry exploring the meaning of ‘belonging’   Attab Haddad oud Christina McMaster piano Antonio Romero percussion Toby Carr lute, theorbo and Baroque guitar The  concert [...]

December 16, 2021|

Danai Ngangira announced as new Chair of NW Live Arts

We're pleased to announce that Danai Ngangira has been appointed as the new chair of NW Live Arts board of trustees. Danai said of her appointment "I join NW Live Arts from a corporate background having held leadership positions in the financial services. My priority with NW Live Arts is [...]

November 17, 2021|

Update from NW Live Arts Artistic Director on our Belonging Project

The meaning of place has become even more important to us as individuals and communities since experiencing the long months of the pandemic and lockdown. Being a part of Bloomsbury Festival this year with its theme of ‘Shining a Light’,  has given the musicians and poets working with NW [...]

October 6, 2021|
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Toby Carr and Attab Haddad talk to Caroline Heslop

Attab Haddad (oud) and Toby Carr (lute & theorbo) talk to Caroline Heslop, Artistic Director of NW Live Arts, ahead of the Music & Place concert 'Belonging' at Bloomsbury Festival on Friday 15 October 2021. They discuss what it's like working with NW Live Arts and and the cross-cultural power [...]

September 17, 2021|
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