The Arts Institute at the University of Plymouth present Some Call It Home. A provocative multi-media music drama that brings to life conflicting perspectives of our uneasy relationship with the land – our home, our planet - performed at the Theatre Royal Plymouth for Mayflower 400.
With live music and international star soloists, this hard-hitting work of art explores how we have carved destinies by pitching dominion of our land against stewardship, from 1620 to the present.
Following each performance there will be a free after-show discussion panel, lasting between 45 and 60 minutes.
Two internationally recognised composers have been commissioned to write the musical score, Jonathan Dawe (NYC), and Jane O’Leary - a direct descendant of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren.
An ensemble comprised of musicians from the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra will be performing live, along with two global artists - Randall Scarlata, a Grammy-nominated baritone, and the English soprano Deborah York.
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