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The Soul of Music: Meklit Hadero Tells Stories of Migration | Overheard at National Geographic | Travel & Tourism Video Vloggers And Reviews

Nat Geo Explorer and musician Meklit Hadero is joined by Nat Geo Explorer and wildlife cinematographer Jahawi Bertolli to discuss the intersection of nature, migration, and music.

This episode is part four of The Soul of Music—Overheard’s four-part series focusing on music, exploration, and Black history. Our guest this week is Meklit Hadero, a Nat Geo Explorer and Ethio-jazz musician. Meklit is the creative force behind the transmedia storytelling project Movement, which explores the intersection of migration and music. She and fellow Explorer and music producer Jahawi Bertolli talk about migration, the ancient instruments known as rock gongs, and how their music is inspired by nature.

Guests: Meklit Hadero and Jahawi Bertolli
Host: Khari Douglas
Producer: Khari Douglas
Editor: Carla Wills

NGS Explorer Jahawi Bertolli (left) with musician Meklit Hadero.
Portrait of NGS explorer Jahawi Bertolli.
Photo by Elke Bertolli.
Portrait of musician Meklit Hadero.
Photo by John Nilson.

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