About the Founder
Last Voices is the brainchild of 'music explorer' Anthony Copping, who began his adventures recording and filming the tribal voices of the South Pacific Islands over 15 years ago.
His work has resulted in the recording of over 1,000 hours of remote voices, and a number of record releases in over 35 territories. In 2001, the National Geographic Channel commissioned a documentary series following Anthony's journey into the world's jungles to capture the music and cultural spirit from peoples that many in the West knew little about. Described as "the most dangerous journey ever undertaken in the search of indigenous music." this critically acclaimed series continues to be broadcast in over 150 countries in over 25 languages. He has continued to deliver and create multiple products and projects, nearly 1000 short films and 15,000 hours of cultural footage for the promotion and dissemination of cultural diversity.