Hope Stories for Refugee Week

20/06/2016

 

Hope Stories for Refugee Week

20/06/2016

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To mark Refugee Week, Bedford Music in Detention is sharing the music created by women detained in Yarl’s Wood International Rescue Centre and the students at Biddenham Upper School. In 2014, this pioneering collaboration produced a series of songs that explored issues around immigration and life in the IRC.

Musicians Aga Serugo-Lugo and Jack Sharp led the artistic process, taking written lyrics and recordings back and forth between the two groups to produce an uplifting and touching varied selection of new music.

You can listen to the songs on the Hope Stories album here

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