Classical music and climate change with IPR's Amanda Sewell

Feb 7, 2021

Ludovico Einaudi performs on a Norwegian glacier, 2016
Credit Greenpeace

Join IPR's music director Amanda Sewell on Friday, February 26 at 10 a.m. for a virtual lecture on the relationship between classical music and climate change.

From pianist and composer Ludovico Einaudi's 2016 performance on a melting glacier in Norway (pictured) to the relationship of musicians to the global ivory trade to a 2020 sound installation by Matthew Burtner at Interlochen Arts Academy, we'll consider how music and musicians can affect the global climate.

The talk is offered as part of Crooked Tree's Coffee@Ten series.

It's free, but advanced registration is required to receive the Zoom link. 

Click here for more information and to register.