As part of the London Festival of Architecture and #MakeMusicDayUK, Musicity takes audiences on a musical and architectural journey across South London.
This pre-recorded feature focuses on multi-instrumentalist, singer and wanderer Clémentine March performing from Nunhead Cemetery in South London. Nunhead Cemetery is one of the least known, though most attractive, of the great Victorian Cemeteries of London. Clémentine has chosen a very special stage: the raised roots of the oldest oak tree of Nunhead. This tree is favoured by children and their families, creating magical settings for tales and play. Sitting by this wonderful tree, Clémentine is playing the classical guitar with a repertoire of contemporary ballads, soft instrumentals and a tribute to Brazilian singer/songwriter Caetano Veloso with a cover of O Leãozinho (‘Little Lion’).
Find more performances from Musicity throughout the day at https://www.facebook.com/musicityglobal/ Musicity’s programme is supported by Team London Bridge, Diaphonique and Arts Council England.
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