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Border Crossings' Origins Festival presents

The Origins Concert

Thursday 15 June
Main Space
From £12.00
to £15.00
All orders will be subject to a fee of £1.50 except if your tickets are free or if you are a member

In a nutshell

An extraordinary hothouse of indigenous musicians perform in a transformative event, which includes didgeridoo, Native American flute and hip-hop.

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The Origins Concert promises to provide an incomparable evening of powerful music from a panorama of remarkable indigenous performers.  Highlights include the sensational actor and musician, Heath Bergersen ‘didgeridoo genius’ who returns to Origins after a breath-taking performance at the British Museum in 2015. Origins are also delighted to welcome Navajo musician Andrew Thomas on Native American flute. 

What to Expect

A multiple line up of performers showcasing indigenous music from around the world.

Who's Involved

The Origins Festival brings indigenous cultures of the world to London to create a unique opportunity to engage with indigenous artists, intellectuals and activists at the cutting edge of cultural resistance, environmentalism, and spiritual tradition

Heath Bergersen is a celebrated musician and actor hailing from Western Australia. Heath is a remarkable didgeridoo player who has performed all over the world and is in much demand for his live concert, film and commercial work. His acting credits include Rabbit-Proof Fence (2002), Japanese Story (2003) and Sweat (1996).

Andrew Thomas is a contemporary Dineh (Navajo Nation) flute player.  He was born and raised in Rock Spring Chapter near Gallup, New Mexico.  He is self-taught and plays music composed from the heart.  He has chosen the flute’s voice to express his way of life, heritage and culture. 

Why does Rich Mix matter?

'Rich Mix provides the perfect setting to embrace and welcome these world-class performers into the heart of London’s cultural life.' 

Find out more

originsfestival.com

@BorderCrossings/border.crossings 

Things you should know

For all ages

This event is wheelchair accessible.

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