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Howard Blake performing 'Walking in the Air' on piano at Downs Junior School, Brighton
 
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Howard Blake performing his own composition - 'Walking in the Air' - on piano at Downs Junior School, Brighton on Thursday 6th December 2013 during the children's Christmas concert. Howard was once a pupil at Downs Junior School and the children greatly appreciate his support.
Views: 20131 Anna Rusbatch
Kesho Amahoro in London - 2013
 
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Kesho Amahoro (Peace Tomorrow) is set in a Rwandese refugee camp in northern Tanzania in 1994. It follows the journey of 4 siblings and they fight to stay together, persevere in the hope of finding their parents and unite with a strong group of street kids. Kesho Amahoro is based on true events and real people and ultimately celebrates the triumph of the human spirit. In 2013, 100 children from Braeburn School, Nairobi, Kenya and Downs Junior School, Brighton, came together on the Rose Theatre Kingston stage for the International Youth Arts Festival 2013. There was a live orchestra and remarkable backstage team. Together, they formed the Chicken Knitters International Theatre Company and Kesho Amahoro came to life in London for the first time. Long may the Kesho Amahoro journey continue. Available additional videos: 'Kesho Amahoro - Cast Interviews'; 'Kesho Amahoro - Audience Reactions'; 'Kesho Amahoro - Draft Documentary'. Kesho Amahoro: Written by Lizzie Jago with music and lyrics by Anna Rusbatch. For more information and to hear all live performance tracks, visit WWW.KESHOAMAHORO.COM
Views: 1591 Anna Rusbatch
Never Enough (live lyric fail) from The Greatest Showman
 
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Attempting to sing ‘Never Enough’ from The Greatest Showman - written by Benj Pasek & Justin Paul, (original track vocals by Loren Allred).
Views: 1331 Anna Rusbatch
Albatross - Wings of Freedom, at Rose Theatre, London 2014
 
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From the creators of Kesho Amahoro, the Chicken Knitters International Theatre Company presents the world premiere of Albatross – Wings of Freedom, at the Rose Theatre Kingston, for the International Youth Arts Festival 2014. This magical musical delves deep into African history, exploring many different aspects of slavery and freedom. It intertwines mythical folklore with historical fact and emphasises the importance of redemption and forgiveness. Set in the late 1880s in Zanzibar, East Africa, this musical tells the story of the epic struggle to eradicate the black market slave trade, being perpetrated along the East coast of Africa. Inspired by the true story of Bishop Charles Smythies of Zanzibar, we follow the church’s mission to end slavery. In collaboration with the Royal Navy and a passionate and dedicated group of local people, they capture slave boats, free the slaves and bring the reprimanded traders to justice. Although a historical piece, the themes of anti-slavery are as relevant today as they were over 100 years ago, with recent estimates suggesting there are over 20 million people living in conditions of ‘slavery’ throughout the world. This musical is dedicated to the continued struggle to stamp out this illegal practice, wherever it may be found, and to create a world where all can be free. Featuring a cast of 100 young performers from Braeburn School, Nairobi, Kenya and Downs Junior School, Brighton UK with a live orchestra of 18 children and adults, plus a strong backstage team of 9 Brightonians. To listen to the live soundtrack, view professional photos and for more information, please visit: www.albatrossmusical.com
Views: 1673 Anna Rusbatch
Albatross - Wings of Freedom - Rehearsing in Brighton 2014
 
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This magical musical delves deep into African history, exploring many different aspects of slavery and freedom. It intertwines mythical folklore with historical fact and emphasises the importance of redemption and forgiveness. Set in the late 1880s in Zanzibar, East Africa, this musical tells the story of the epic struggle to eradicate the black market slave trade, being perpetrated along the East coast of Africa. Inspired by the true story of Bishop Charles Smythies of Zanzibar, we follow the church’s mission to end slavery. In collaboration with the Royal Navy and a passionate and dedicated group of local people, they capture slave boats, free the slaves and bring the reprimanded traders to justice. Although a historical piece, the themes of anti-slavery are as relevant today as they were over 100 years ago, with recent estimates suggesting there are over 20 million people living in conditions of ‘slavery’ throughout the world. This musical is dedicated to the continued struggle to stamp out this illegal practice, wherever it may be found, and to create a world where all can be free. 100 young performers from Braeburn School in Nairobi, Kenya and Downs Junior School in Brighton joined forces (to form the Chicken Knitters International Theatre Company) in July 2014 for the world premiere of the musical Albatross - Wings of Freedom. They performed on 23, 25, 26, 27 July at the Rose Theatre in London for the International Youth Arts Festival 2014 and received standing ovations and wonderful feedback. Written by Lizzie Jago with music and lyrics by Anna Rusbatch. www.chickenknitters.com Many thanks to Jay Legate and Latest TV
Views: 781 Anna Rusbatch
Kesho Amahoro in Nairobi - 2010
 
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Kesho Amahoro (Peace Tomorrow) written by Lizzie Jago and Anna Rusbatch. An original youth stage musical set in Benaco refugee camp and Kasulu town in northern Tanzania during the Rwandan Genocide of 1994. It follows the journey of four siblings as they strive to stay together and find their parents. The first performance of Kesho Amahoro was at Braeburn Theatre in Nairobi, Kenya. Directed by Becky Cooper, Lizzie Jago and Ben James. Starring: Mimi, Abdoulaye, Mwende, Jazz, Julie and Kimaara. Copyright © Lizzie Jago and Anna Rusbatch 2010 www.keshoamahoro.com
Views: 1904 Anna Rusbatch
Diving from 10m Platform - Team Leeds / GB
 
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I competed for Team GB and the City of Leeds Diving Club. I later retired from the sport due to recurring injuries. I was a diving coach and the British team manager for a few years before eventually moving away from the diving world and venturing into teaching.
Views: 662 Anna Rusbatch
Cast Interviews - Kesho Amahoro 2013
 
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Interviews with some of the 100 remarkable cast members of Kesho Amahoro (Peace Tomorrow) at the Rose Theatre in London for the International Youth Arts Festival 2013. Written by Lizzie Jago with music and lyrics by Anna Rusbatch. In July 2013, two school groups combined (Downs Junior School, Brighton and Braeburn School, Nairobi) to perform as the Chicken Knitters International Theatre Company. The musical is set in a Rwandese refugee camp in northern Tanzania during the genocide of 1994 and is based on a true story.
Views: 870 Anna Rusbatch
The Creators of Kesho Amahoro - Lizzie Jago & Anna Rusbatch
 
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In 2010, three teaching colleagues (Lizzie Jago, Anna Rusbatch and Becky Cooper) joined forces to create a new and groundbreaking musical, based on true events within a refugee camp during the Rwandan Genocide of 1994. The story was forged from Lizzie Jago's own experiences of working with NGOs in refugee camps. The music and lyrics were created by Anna Rusbatch, inspired by Lizzie's journey and the message of the play. Becky Cooper, as Head of Drama, tied the creative elements together on stage and Kesho Amahoro (Peace Tomorrow) was born. In 2013, Lizzie Jago and Anna Rusbatch brought together two groups of talented children from Nairobi, Kenya and Brighton, UK to perform the show in London at the Rose Theatre Kingston. In this video, they are interviewed about the project. For more information about the show, visit WWW.KESHOAMAHORO.COM Thank you.
Views: 860 Anna Rusbatch
The Last Dance by Jonny Walker - A Tribute to Jonny’s Extraordinary Life
 
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Jonny's lyrics: It’s the last, the last dance of the lonely The last gasp for the only person left in the room, At the end, the end of the evening, Everyone’s leaving, for the night’s empty tomb, Don’t fret over fading years, Time drowned by forgotten fears, ‘Cause you always took what you wanted most, Now you find there’s nothing left And you’re running out of breath And you’re running out of breath Look outside, a new day is rising Cause nothing’s surprising, that’s under the sun, And you, still have the same thing for breakfast You’ve never been reckless, or belonged to someone Don’t fret over fading years, Time drowned by forgotten fears, ‘Cause you always took what you wanted most, Now you find there’s nothing left Don’t fret over fading years, Time drowned by forgotten fears, ‘Cause you always took what you wanted most, Now you find there’s nothing left And you’re running out of breath And you’re running out of breath And you’re running out… https://confidentials.com/liverpool/jonny-walker-obituary
Views: 299 Anna Rusbatch
Kesho Amahoro - Promo Trailer in 2012
 
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Kesho Amahoro (Peace Tomorrow) is a youth stage musical based on a true story. Set in the Rwandese refugee camps of northern Tanzania in 1994, it follows the journey of 4 children as they flee their home in search of sanctuary. They meet the Kasulu Kids - a resilient group of street kids, and together they face many difficulties but remain strong and resilient and believe in peace, tomorrow. Kesho Amahoro celebrates the triumph of the human spirit. It will make its UK debut at the International Youth Arts Festival in London. There will be performances on 26, 27, 28 July 2013 at the Rose Theatre Kingston. For updates, visit: www.facebook.com/keshoamahoro www.twitter.com/KeshoAmahoro www.keshoamahoro.com Credit to the Cinematic Orchestra for use of 'Arrival of the Birds'.
Views: 503 Anna Rusbatch
When We Were Young by Adele - Cover
 
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Live cover of When We Were Young by Adele, from her album '25'. To hear a different version, which I recorded at home, follow this link: https://soundcloud.com/anna-rusbatch/when-we-were-young-adele-live-solo-voice-piano
Views: 964 Anna Rusbatch
Downs Junior School Music Room
 
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I've created a video-tour in response to Jackie Schneider's school music room blog entry: 'If I show you mine, will you show me yours?'
Views: 1730 Anna Rusbatch
Will You Be There? By Michael Jackson - performed by Brighton Goes Gospel Choir
 
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Lead vocals by Tess Wilkinson and Anna Rusbatch - 10th December 2016
Views: 571 Anna Rusbatch
Behind the Scenes - Kesho Amahoro in London 2013
 
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A peek behind the scenes of rehearsals and live performances of Kesho Amahoro (Peace Tomorrow) at the Rose Theatre Kingston for the International Youth Arts Festival 2013. A cast of 100 children from Braeburn School in Nairobi, Kenya and Downs Junior School in Brighton plus a live orchestra and a remarkable backstage team brought Kesho Amahoro to live and received consecutive standing ovations.
Views: 607 Anna Rusbatch
2. I Touch Your Eyes - Albatross - London 2014
 
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Albatross - Wings of Freedom - is a youth stage musical piece, written by Lizzie Jago with music and lyrics by Anna Rusbatch. It was performed at the Rose Theatre, London, for the International Youth Arts Festival in July 2014 with a cast of 100 children from Nairobi (Kenya) and Brighton (UK, plus a live orchestra. Copyright © Lizzie Jago and Anna Rusbatch This musical delves deep into African history, exploring many different aspects of slavery and freedom. It intertwines mythical folklore with historical fact and emphasises the importance of redemption and forgiveness. Set in the late 1880s in Zanzibar, East Africa, this musical tells the story of the epic struggle to eradicate the black market slave trade, being perpetrated along the East coast of Africa. Inspired by the true story of Bishop Charles Smythies of Zanzibar, we follow the church’s mission to end slavery. In collaboration with the Royal Navy and a passionate and dedicated group of local people, they capture slave boats, free the slaves and bring the reprimanded traders to justice. Although a historical piece, the themes of anti-slavery are as relevant today as they were over 100 years ago, with recent estimates suggesting there are over 20 million people living in conditions of ‘slavery’ throughout the world. This musical is dedicated to the continued struggle to stamp out this illegal practice, wherever it may be found, and to create a world where all can be free. For more information, visit the website: http://www.albatrossmusical.com
Views: 193 Anna Rusbatch
Albatross Wings of Freedom Rehearsals - Slave Chant & Sinking
 
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The cast and orchestra of Albatross - Wings of Freedom (IYAF, London 2014) rehearsing the Slave Chant and the Sinking scene during rehearsals at Downs Junior School in Brighton. Ain't got no soul, I want my freedom Ain't got no strength, ain't got no freedom I lost my life, I lost my freedom Wishing I could fly away Composed by Anna Rusbatch. Solo countermelody performed by Stacey Murage, aged 17. Filmed on 20th July 2014.
Views: 613 Anna Rusbatch
Berlin 2018 - Three Day Exploration
 
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Museums, galleries, memorials, sculptures, palaces, beer, and lots and lots of walking! Half term history lesson.
Views: 81 Anna Rusbatch
Bring Him Home - Performed for Remembrance 2018
 
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Performing Bring Him Home at the Royal British Legion's Festival of Remembrance 2018.
Views: 62 Anna Rusbatch
4. Heave Ho - Albatross - London 2014
 
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Albatross - Wings of Freedom - is a youth stage musical piece, written by Lizzie Jago with music and lyrics by Anna Rusbatch. It was performed at the Rose Theatre, London, for the International Youth Arts Festival in July 2014 with a cast of 100 children from Nairobi (Kenya) and Brighton (UK, plus a live orchestra. Copyright © Lizzie Jago and Anna Rusbatch This musical delves deep into African history, exploring many different aspects of slavery and freedom. It intertwines mythical folklore with historical fact and emphasises the importance of redemption and forgiveness. Set in the late 1880s in Zanzibar, East Africa, this musical tells the story of the epic struggle to eradicate the black market slave trade, being perpetrated along the East coast of Africa. Inspired by the true story of Bishop Charles Smythies of Zanzibar, we follow the church’s mission to end slavery. In collaboration with the Royal Navy and a passionate and dedicated group of local people, they capture slave boats, free the slaves and bring the reprimanded traders to justice. Although a historical piece, the themes of anti-slavery are as relevant today as they were over 100 years ago, with recent estimates suggesting there are over 20 million people living in conditions of ‘slavery’ throughout the world. This musical is dedicated to the continued struggle to stamp out this illegal practice, wherever it may be found, and to create a world where all can be free. For more information, visit the website: http://www.albatrossmusical.com
Views: 162 Anna Rusbatch
Beautifully Unfinished by Ella Henderson
 
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My cover/arrangement of Beautifully Unfinished by Ella Henderson.
Views: 910 Anna Rusbatch
16. Sinking Souls - Albatross - London 2014
 
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Albatross - Wings of Freedom - is a youth stage musical piece, written by Lizzie Jago with music and lyrics by Anna Rusbatch. It was performed at the Rose Theatre, London, for the International Youth Arts Festival in July 2014 with a cast of 100 children from Nairobi (Kenya) and Brighton (UK, plus a live orchestra. Copyright © Lizzie Jago and Anna Rusbatch This musical delves deep into African history, exploring many different aspects of slavery and freedom. It intertwines mythical folklore with historical fact and emphasises the importance of redemption and forgiveness. Set in the late 1880s in Zanzibar, East Africa, this musical tells the story of the epic struggle to eradicate the black market slave trade, being perpetrated along the East coast of Africa. Inspired by the true story of Bishop Charles Smythies of Zanzibar, we follow the church’s mission to end slavery. In collaboration with the Royal Navy and a passionate and dedicated group of local people, they capture slave boats, free the slaves and bring the reprimanded traders to justice. Although a historical piece, the themes of anti-slavery are as relevant today as they were over 100 years ago, with recent estimates suggesting there are over 20 million people living in conditions of ‘slavery’ throughout the world. This musical is dedicated to the continued struggle to stamp out this illegal practice, wherever it may be found, and to create a world where all can be free. For more information, visit the website: http://www.albatrossmusical.com
Views: 63 Anna Rusbatch
17. See Me - You're Alive - I Touch Your Eyes - Albatross - London 2014
 
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Albatross - Wings of Freedom - is a youth stage musical piece, written by Lizzie Jago with music and lyrics by Anna Rusbatch. It was performed at the Rose Theatre, London, for the International Youth Arts Festival in July 2014 with a cast of 100 children from Nairobi (Kenya) and Brighton (UK, plus a live orchestra. Copyright © Lizzie Jago and Anna Rusbatch This musical delves deep into African history, exploring many different aspects of slavery and freedom. It intertwines mythical folklore with historical fact and emphasises the importance of redemption and forgiveness. Set in the late 1880s in Zanzibar, East Africa, this musical tells the story of the epic struggle to eradicate the black market slave trade, being perpetrated along the East coast of Africa. Inspired by the true story of Bishop Charles Smythies of Zanzibar, we follow the church’s mission to end slavery. In collaboration with the Royal Navy and a passionate and dedicated group of local people, they capture slave boats, free the slaves and bring the reprimanded traders to justice. Although a historical piece, the themes of anti-slavery are as relevant today as they were over 100 years ago, with recent estimates suggesting there are over 20 million people living in conditions of ‘slavery’ throughout the world. This musical is dedicated to the continued struggle to stamp out this illegal practice, wherever it may be found, and to create a world where all can be free. For more information, visit the website: http://www.albatrossmusical.com
Views: 77 Anna Rusbatch
11. Paintings of His Soul - Albatross - London 2014
 
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Albatross - Wings of Freedom - is a youth stage musical piece, written by Lizzie Jago with music and lyrics by Anna Rusbatch. It was performed at the Rose Theatre, London, for the International Youth Arts Festival in July 2014 with a cast of 100 children from Nairobi (Kenya) and Brighton (UK, plus a live orchestra. Copyright © Lizzie Jago and Anna Rusbatch This musical delves deep into African history, exploring many different aspects of slavery and freedom. It intertwines mythical folklore with historical fact and emphasises the importance of redemption and forgiveness. Set in the late 1880s in Zanzibar, East Africa, this musical tells the story of the epic struggle to eradicate the black market slave trade, being perpetrated along the East coast of Africa. Inspired by the true story of Bishop Charles Smythies of Zanzibar, we follow the church’s mission to end slavery. In collaboration with the Royal Navy and a passionate and dedicated group of local people, they capture slave boats, free the slaves and bring the reprimanded traders to justice. Although a historical piece, the themes of anti-slavery are as relevant today as they were over 100 years ago, with recent estimates suggesting there are over 20 million people living in conditions of ‘slavery’ throughout the world. This musical is dedicated to the continued struggle to stamp out this illegal practice, wherever it may be found, and to create a world where all can be free. For more information, visit the website: http://www.albatrossmusical.com
Views: 132 Anna Rusbatch
14. Ashamed - Albatross - London 2014
 
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Albatross - Wings of Freedom - is a youth stage musical piece, written by Lizzie Jago with music and lyrics by Anna Rusbatch. It was performed at the Rose Theatre, London, for the International Youth Arts Festival in July 2014 with a cast of 100 children from Nairobi (Kenya) and Brighton (UK, plus a live orchestra. Copyright © Lizzie Jago and Anna Rusbatch This musical delves deep into African history, exploring many different aspects of slavery and freedom. It intertwines mythical folklore with historical fact and emphasises the importance of redemption and forgiveness. Set in the late 1880s in Zanzibar, East Africa, this musical tells the story of the epic struggle to eradicate the black market slave trade, being perpetrated along the East coast of Africa. Inspired by the true story of Bishop Charles Smythies of Zanzibar, we follow the church’s mission to end slavery. In collaboration with the Royal Navy and a passionate and dedicated group of local people, they capture slave boats, free the slaves and bring the reprimanded traders to justice. Although a historical piece, the themes of anti-slavery are as relevant today as they were over 100 years ago, with recent estimates suggesting there are over 20 million people living in conditions of ‘slavery’ throughout the world. This musical is dedicated to the continued struggle to stamp out this illegal practice, wherever it may be found, and to create a world where all can be free. For more information, visit the website: http://www.albatrossmusical.com
Views: 68 Anna Rusbatch
Audience Reactions (longer) - Kesho Amahoro 2013
 
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Audience reactions following live performances of Kesho Amahoro (Peace Tomorrow) at the Rose Theatre Kingston for the International Youth Arts Festival 2013. The cast consisted of 100 children from Kenya and UK - Braeburn School, Nairobi and Downs Junior School, Brighton. There was a live orchestra of 20 musicians. The story portrays what life can be like for children in refugee camps and is set in a Rwandese refugee camp in 1994. Written by Lizzie Jago with music and lyrics by Anna Rusbatch
Views: 243 Anna Rusbatch
1. Slave Chant - Albatross - 2014
 
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Albatross - Wings of Freedom - is a youth stage musical piece, written by Lizzie Jago with music and lyrics by Anna Rusbatch. It was performed at the Rose Theatre, London, for the International Youth Arts Festival in July 2014 with a cast of 100 children from Nairobi (Kenya) and Brighton (UK, plus a live orchestra. Copyright © Lizzie Jago and Anna Rusbatch This musical delves deep into African history, exploring many different aspects of slavery and freedom. It intertwines mythical folklore with historical fact and emphasises the importance of redemption and forgiveness. Set in the late 1880s in Zanzibar, East Africa, this musical tells the story of the epic struggle to eradicate the black market slave trade, being perpetrated along the East coast of Africa. Inspired by the true story of Bishop Charles Smythies of Zanzibar, we follow the church’s mission to end slavery. In collaboration with the Royal Navy and a passionate and dedicated group of local people, they capture slave boats, free the slaves and bring the reprimanded traders to justice. Although a historical piece, the themes of anti-slavery are as relevant today as they were over 100 years ago, with recent estimates suggesting there are over 20 million people living in conditions of ‘slavery’ throughout the world. This musical is dedicated to the continued struggle to stamp out this illegal practice, wherever it may be found, and to create a world where all can be free. For more information, visit the website: http://www.albatrossmusical.com
Views: 254 Anna Rusbatch
10. Rote Learning - Albatross - London 2014
 
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Albatross - Wings of Freedom - is a youth stage musical piece, written by Lizzie Jago with music and lyrics by Anna Rusbatch. It was performed at the Rose Theatre, London, for the International Youth Arts Festival in July 2014 with a cast of 100 children from Nairobi (Kenya) and Brighton (UK, plus a live orchestra. Copyright © Lizzie Jago and Anna Rusbatch This musical delves deep into African history, exploring many different aspects of slavery and freedom. It intertwines mythical folklore with historical fact and emphasises the importance of redemption and forgiveness. Set in the late 1880s in Zanzibar, East Africa, this musical tells the story of the epic struggle to eradicate the black market slave trade, being perpetrated along the East coast of Africa. Inspired by the true story of Bishop Charles Smythies of Zanzibar, we follow the church’s mission to end slavery. In collaboration with the Royal Navy and a passionate and dedicated group of local people, they capture slave boats, free the slaves and bring the reprimanded traders to justice. Although a historical piece, the themes of anti-slavery are as relevant today as they were over 100 years ago, with recent estimates suggesting there are over 20 million people living in conditions of ‘slavery’ throughout the world. This musical is dedicated to the continued struggle to stamp out this illegal practice, wherever it may be found, and to create a world where all can be free. For more information, visit the website: http://www.albatrossmusical.com
Views: 79 Anna Rusbatch
Anna Rusbatch as the evil step-mother / old hag in Snow White the pantomime
 
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Filmed in 2010 at Braeburn Theatre, Kenya - Anna Rusbatch (Queen), Shannon Hardisty (Pumba)
Views: 570 Anna Rusbatch
Can't Give Up Now (Mary Mary) - Chorus (piano/voice experiment)
 
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An arrangement of the chorus from Can't Give Up Now by Mary Mary. Exploring ideas.
Views: 244 Anna Rusbatch
Mannequin Challenge - Downs Junior School Christmas Concert 2016
 
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Downs Junior School Mega Choir, Super Choir and Orchestra take on the Mannequin Challenge, alongside the Christmas Concert audience: 230 children, plus an enthusiastic and appreciative audience of 150, successfully paused for a moment in time, following an amazing concert. The concert included the children's own compositions, plus many Christmas songs and carols, counter-melodies, harmonies and 4-part cannons. Well done everyone!
Views: 914 Anna Rusbatch
Anna Rusbatch as the evil step-mother / old hag in Snow White the pantomime
 
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Filmed in 2010 at Braeburn Theatre, Kenya - Anna Rusbatch (Queen/Hag), Megan McGurk (Snow White)
Views: 1665 Anna Rusbatch
20. Butterfly - Albatross - London 2014
 
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Albatross - Wings of Freedom - is a youth stage musical piece, written by Lizzie Jago with music and lyrics by Anna Rusbatch. It was performed at the Rose Theatre, London, for the International Youth Arts Festival in July 2014 with a cast of 100 children from Nairobi (Kenya) and Brighton (UK, plus a live orchestra. Copyright © Lizzie Jago and Anna Rusbatch This musical delves deep into African history, exploring many different aspects of slavery and freedom. It intertwines mythical folklore with historical fact and emphasises the importance of redemption and forgiveness. Set in the late 1880s in Zanzibar, East Africa, this musical tells the story of the epic struggle to eradicate the black market slave trade, being perpetrated along the East coast of Africa. Inspired by the true story of Bishop Charles Smythies of Zanzibar, we follow the church’s mission to end slavery. In collaboration with the Royal Navy and a passionate and dedicated group of local people, they capture slave boats, free the slaves and bring the reprimanded traders to justice. Although a historical piece, the themes of anti-slavery are as relevant today as they were over 100 years ago, with recent estimates suggesting there are over 20 million people living in conditions of ‘slavery’ throughout the world. This musical is dedicated to the continued struggle to stamp out this illegal practice, wherever it may be found, and to create a world where all can be free. For more information, visit the website: http://www.albatrossmusical.com
Views: 184 Anna Rusbatch
The Christmas Song (Nat KingCole) - Lead Vocals by Matt & Anna
 
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Brighton Goes Gospel Performance Choir - December 2017
Views: 65 Anna Rusbatch
Audience Reactions - Kesho Amahoro 2013
 
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Audience reactions following live performances of Kesho Amahoro (Peace Tomorrow) at the Rose Theatre Kingston for the International Youth Arts Festival 2013. The cast consisted of 100 children from Kenya and UK - Braeburn School, Nairobi and Downs Junior School, Brighton. There was a live orchestra of 20 musicians. The story portrays what life can be like for children in refugee camps and is set in a Rwandese refugee camp in 1994. Written by Lizzie Jago with music and lyrics by Anna Rusbatch. For more information visit http://www.keshoamahoro.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KeshoAmahoro Twitter: https://twitter.com/KeshoAmahoro
Views: 295 Anna Rusbatch
'Turning Tables' by Adele, during a Kesho Amahoro rehearsal break in, Nairobi, April 2013.
 
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Attempting to perform Turning Tables by Adele during a rehearsal break, 'video-bombed' by Lizzie Jago, forgetting the lyrics and procrastinating...!
Views: 701 Anna Rusbatch
Cast Interviews (longer) - Kesho Amahoro 2013
 
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Interviews with some of the cast members of Kesho Amahoro in London 2013 Apologies to Julie Solevad (Ancilla) - she should have been interviewed too. Next time?!
Views: 210 Anna Rusbatch
Igloo Pilates
 
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Giant-snowball-head, demonstrates arctic pilates with a difference!
Views: 357 Anna Rusbatch
7. Dear Mother - Albatross - London 2014
 
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Albatross - Wings of Freedom - is a youth stage musical piece, written by Lizzie Jago with music and lyrics by Anna Rusbatch. It was performed at the Rose Theatre, London, for the International Youth Arts Festival in July 2014 with a cast of 100 children from Nairobi (Kenya) and Brighton (UK, plus a live orchestra. Copyright © Lizzie Jago and Anna Rusbatch This musical delves deep into African history, exploring many different aspects of slavery and freedom. It intertwines mythical folklore with historical fact and emphasises the importance of redemption and forgiveness. Set in the late 1880s in Zanzibar, East Africa, this musical tells the story of the epic struggle to eradicate the black market slave trade, being perpetrated along the East coast of Africa. Inspired by the true story of Bishop Charles Smythies of Zanzibar, we follow the church’s mission to end slavery. In collaboration with the Royal Navy and a passionate and dedicated group of local people, they capture slave boats, free the slaves and bring the reprimanded traders to justice. Although a historical piece, the themes of anti-slavery are as relevant today as they were over 100 years ago, with recent estimates suggesting there are over 20 million people living in conditions of ‘slavery’ throughout the world. This musical is dedicated to the continued struggle to stamp out this illegal practice, wherever it may be found, and to create a world where all can be free. For more information, visit the website: http://www.albatrossmusical.com
Views: 188 Anna Rusbatch
9. Break Free - Albatross - London 2014
 
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Albatross - Wings of Freedom - is a youth stage musical piece, written by Lizzie Jago with music and lyrics by Anna Rusbatch. It was performed at the Rose Theatre, London, for the International Youth Arts Festival in July 2014 with a cast of 100 children from Nairobi (Kenya) and Brighton (UK, plus a live orchestra. Copyright © Lizzie Jago and Anna Rusbatch This musical delves deep into African history, exploring many different aspects of slavery and freedom. It intertwines mythical folklore with historical fact and emphasises the importance of redemption and forgiveness. Set in the late 1880s in Zanzibar, East Africa, this musical tells the story of the epic struggle to eradicate the black market slave trade, being perpetrated along the East coast of Africa. Inspired by the true story of Bishop Charles Smythies of Zanzibar, we follow the church’s mission to end slavery. In collaboration with the Royal Navy and a passionate and dedicated group of local people, they capture slave boats, free the slaves and bring the reprimanded traders to justice. Although a historical piece, the themes of anti-slavery are as relevant today as they were over 100 years ago, with recent estimates suggesting there are over 20 million people living in conditions of ‘slavery’ throughout the world. This musical is dedicated to the continued struggle to stamp out this illegal practice, wherever it may be found, and to create a world where all can be free. For more information, visit the website: http://www.albatrossmusical.com
Views: 138 Anna Rusbatch
13. John de Conquer (a 'drunk' reprise) - Albatross - London 2014
 
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Albatross - Wings of Freedom - is a youth stage musical piece, written by Lizzie Jago with music and lyrics by Anna Rusbatch. It was performed at the Rose Theatre, London, for the International Youth Arts Festival in July 2014 with a cast of 100 children from Nairobi (Kenya) and Brighton (UK, plus a live orchestra. Copyright © Lizzie Jago and Anna Rusbatch This musical delves deep into African history, exploring many different aspects of slavery and freedom. It intertwines mythical folklore with historical fact and emphasises the importance of redemption and forgiveness. Set in the late 1880s in Zanzibar, East Africa, this musical tells the story of the epic struggle to eradicate the black market slave trade, being perpetrated along the East coast of Africa. Inspired by the true story of Bishop Charles Smythies of Zanzibar, we follow the church’s mission to end slavery. In collaboration with the Royal Navy and a passionate and dedicated group of local people, they capture slave boats, free the slaves and bring the reprimanded traders to justice. Although a historical piece, the themes of anti-slavery are as relevant today as they were over 100 years ago, with recent estimates suggesting there are over 20 million people living in conditions of ‘slavery’ throughout the world. This musical is dedicated to the continued struggle to stamp out this illegal practice, wherever it may be found, and to create a world where all can be free. For more information, visit the website: http://www.albatrossmusical.com
Views: 44 Anna Rusbatch
5. John de Conquer - Albatross - London 2014
 
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Albatross - Wings of Freedom - is a youth stage musical piece, written by Lizzie Jago with music and lyrics by Anna Rusbatch. It was performed at the Rose Theatre, London, for the International Youth Arts Festival in July 2014 with a cast of 100 children from Nairobi (Kenya) and Brighton (UK, plus a live orchestra. Copyright © Lizzie Jago and Anna Rusbatch This musical delves deep into African history, exploring many different aspects of slavery and freedom. It intertwines mythical folklore with historical fact and emphasises the importance of redemption and forgiveness. Set in the late 1880s in Zanzibar, East Africa, this musical tells the story of the epic struggle to eradicate the black market slave trade, being perpetrated along the East coast of Africa. Inspired by the true story of Bishop Charles Smythies of Zanzibar, we follow the church’s mission to end slavery. In collaboration with the Royal Navy and a passionate and dedicated group of local people, they capture slave boats, free the slaves and bring the reprimanded traders to justice. Although a historical piece, the themes of anti-slavery are as relevant today as they were over 100 years ago, with recent estimates suggesting there are over 20 million people living in conditions of ‘slavery’ throughout the world. This musical is dedicated to the continued struggle to stamp out this illegal practice, wherever it may be found, and to create a world where all can be free. For more information, visit the website: http://www.albatrossmusical.com
Views: 96 Anna Rusbatch
19. Anansi the Spider - Albatross - London 2014
 
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Albatross - Wings of Freedom - is a youth stage musical piece, written by Lizzie Jago with music and lyrics by Anna Rusbatch. It was performed at the Rose Theatre, London, for the International Youth Arts Festival in July 2014 with a cast of 100 children from Nairobi (Kenya) and Brighton (UK, plus a live orchestra. Copyright © Lizzie Jago and Anna Rusbatch This musical delves deep into African history, exploring many different aspects of slavery and freedom. It intertwines mythical folklore with historical fact and emphasises the importance of redemption and forgiveness. Set in the late 1880s in Zanzibar, East Africa, this musical tells the story of the epic struggle to eradicate the black market slave trade, being perpetrated along the East coast of Africa. Inspired by the true story of Bishop Charles Smythies of Zanzibar, we follow the church’s mission to end slavery. In collaboration with the Royal Navy and a passionate and dedicated group of local people, they capture slave boats, free the slaves and bring the reprimanded traders to justice. Although a historical piece, the themes of anti-slavery are as relevant today as they were over 100 years ago, with recent estimates suggesting there are over 20 million people living in conditions of ‘slavery’ throughout the world. This musical is dedicated to the continued struggle to stamp out this illegal practice, wherever it may be found, and to create a world where all can be free. For more information, visit the website: http://www.albatrossmusical.com
Views: 69 Anna Rusbatch
Anna Rusbatch as the evil step-mother / old hag in Snow White the pantomime
 
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Filmed in 2010 at Braeburn Theatre, Kenya - Anna Rusbatch (Queen/Hag), Megan McGurk (Snow White)
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21. Wings of Freedom - Albatross - London 2014
 
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Albatross - Wings of Freedom - is a youth stage musical piece, written by Lizzie Jago with music and lyrics by Anna Rusbatch. It was performed at the Rose Theatre, London, for the International Youth Arts Festival in July 2014 with a cast of 100 children from Nairobi (Kenya) and Brighton (UK, plus a live orchestra. Copyright © Lizzie Jago and Anna Rusbatch This musical delves deep into African history, exploring many different aspects of slavery and freedom. It intertwines mythical folklore with historical fact and emphasises the importance of redemption and forgiveness. Set in the late 1880s in Zanzibar, East Africa, this musical tells the story of the epic struggle to eradicate the black market slave trade, being perpetrated along the East coast of Africa. Inspired by the true story of Bishop Charles Smythies of Zanzibar, we follow the church’s mission to end slavery. In collaboration with the Royal Navy and a passionate and dedicated group of local people, they capture slave boats, free the slaves and bring the reprimanded traders to justice. Although a historical piece, the themes of anti-slavery are as relevant today as they were over 100 years ago, with recent estimates suggesting there are over 20 million people living in conditions of ‘slavery’ throughout the world. This musical is dedicated to the continued struggle to stamp out this illegal practice, wherever it may be found, and to create a world where all can be free. For more information, visit the website: http://www.albatrossmusical.com
Views: 472 Anna Rusbatch
18. Spirit of the Slaves - Albatross - London 2014
 
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Albatross - Wings of Freedom - is a youth stage musical piece, written by Lizzie Jago with music and lyrics by Anna Rusbatch. It was performed at the Rose Theatre, London, for the International Youth Arts Festival in July 2014 with a cast of 100 children from Nairobi (Kenya) and Brighton (UK, plus a live orchestra. Copyright © Lizzie Jago and Anna Rusbatch This musical delves deep into African history, exploring many different aspects of slavery and freedom. It intertwines mythical folklore with historical fact and emphasises the importance of redemption and forgiveness. Set in the late 1880s in Zanzibar, East Africa, this musical tells the story of the epic struggle to eradicate the black market slave trade, being perpetrated along the East coast of Africa. Inspired by the true story of Bishop Charles Smythies of Zanzibar, we follow the church’s mission to end slavery. In collaboration with the Royal Navy and a passionate and dedicated group of local people, they capture slave boats, free the slaves and bring the reprimanded traders to justice. Although a historical piece, the themes of anti-slavery are as relevant today as they were over 100 years ago, with recent estimates suggesting there are over 20 million people living in conditions of ‘slavery’ throughout the world. This musical is dedicated to the continued struggle to stamp out this illegal practice, wherever it may be found, and to create a world where all can be free. For more information, visit the website: http://www.albatrossmusical.com
Views: 70 Anna Rusbatch
15. Slave Chant (Reprise) - Albatross - London 2014
 
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Albatross - Wings of Freedom - is a youth stage musical piece, written by Lizzie Jago with music and lyrics by Anna Rusbatch. It was performed at the Rose Theatre, London, for the International Youth Arts Festival in July 2014 with a cast of 100 children from Nairobi (Kenya) and Brighton (UK, plus a live orchestra. Copyright © Lizzie Jago and Anna Rusbatch This musical delves deep into African history, exploring many different aspects of slavery and freedom. It intertwines mythical folklore with historical fact and emphasises the importance of redemption and forgiveness. Set in the late 1880s in Zanzibar, East Africa, this musical tells the story of the epic struggle to eradicate the black market slave trade, being perpetrated along the East coast of Africa. Inspired by the true story of Bishop Charles Smythies of Zanzibar, we follow the church’s mission to end slavery. In collaboration with the Royal Navy and a passionate and dedicated group of local people, they capture slave boats, free the slaves and bring the reprimanded traders to justice. Although a historical piece, the themes of anti-slavery are as relevant today as they were over 100 years ago, with recent estimates suggesting there are over 20 million people living in conditions of ‘slavery’ throughout the world. This musical is dedicated to the continued struggle to stamp out this illegal practice, wherever it may be found, and to create a world where all can be free. For more information, visit the website: http://www.albatrossmusical.com
Views: 89 Anna Rusbatch
8. Karibu Stonetown - Albatross - 2014
 
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Albatross - Wings of Freedom - is a youth stage musical piece, written by Lizzie Jago with music and lyrics by Anna Rusbatch. It was performed at the Rose Theatre, London, for the International Youth Arts Festival in July 2014 with a cast of 100 children from Nairobi (Kenya) and Brighton (UK, plus a live orchestra. Copyright © Lizzie Jago and Anna Rusbatch This musical delves deep into African history, exploring many different aspects of slavery and freedom. It intertwines mythical folklore with historical fact and emphasises the importance of redemption and forgiveness. Set in the late 1880s in Zanzibar, East Africa, this musical tells the story of the epic struggle to eradicate the black market slave trade, being perpetrated along the East coast of Africa. Inspired by the true story of Bishop Charles Smythies of Zanzibar, we follow the church’s mission to end slavery. In collaboration with the Royal Navy and a passionate and dedicated group of local people, they capture slave boats, free the slaves and bring the reprimanded traders to justice. Although a historical piece, the themes of anti-slavery are as relevant today as they were over 100 years ago, with recent estimates suggesting there are over 20 million people living in conditions of ‘slavery’ throughout the world. This musical is dedicated to the continued struggle to stamp out this illegal practice, wherever it may be found, and to create a world where all can be free. For more information, visit the website: http://www.albatrossmusical.com
Views: 44 Anna Rusbatch
3. Off On A Journey - Albatross - London 2014
 
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Albatross - Wings of Freedom - is a youth stage musical piece, written by Lizzie Jago with music and lyrics by Anna Rusbatch. It was performed at the Rose Theatre, London, for the International Youth Arts Festival in July 2014 with a cast of 100 children from Nairobi (Kenya) and Brighton (UK, plus a live orchestra. Copyright © Lizzie Jago and Anna Rusbatch This musical delves deep into African history, exploring many different aspects of slavery and freedom. It intertwines mythical folklore with historical fact and emphasises the importance of redemption and forgiveness. Set in the late 1880s in Zanzibar, East Africa, this musical tells the story of the epic struggle to eradicate the black market slave trade, being perpetrated along the East coast of Africa. Inspired by the true story of Bishop Charles Smythies of Zanzibar, we follow the church’s mission to end slavery. In collaboration with the Royal Navy and a passionate and dedicated group of local people, they capture slave boats, free the slaves and bring the reprimanded traders to justice. Although a historical piece, the themes of anti-slavery are as relevant today as they were over 100 years ago, with recent estimates suggesting there are over 20 million people living in conditions of ‘slavery’ throughout the world. This musical is dedicated to the continued struggle to stamp out this illegal practice, wherever it may be found, and to create a world where all can be free. For more information, visit the website: http://www.albatrossmusical.com
Views: 136 Anna Rusbatch

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