The ClimateMusic Project Live in Mexico City!

We are thrilled to announce our first live international show!  We'll be appearing at the World Bank's Fifth Global Understanding Risk Forum, scheduled for Mexico City,  Mexico at the stunning Palacio de Mineria, May 14-18, 2018. 

On May 17th, we will perform our original portfolio work, "Climate", by composer Erik Ian Walker in collaboration with The ClimateMusic Project.  Erik, on keyboard, will be joined by Michele Walther on violin; Thomas Dimuzio, synthesizer and live sampling; Bill Noertker on bass guitar; and Scott Brazieal on keyboard.  Dr. William Collins, The ClimateMusic Project's chief science advisor, will be on hand to introduce our work and engage with the audience post concert. 

Organized under the auspices of the World Bank Group,  Understanding Risk (UR) is an open and global community of over 6,500 experts and practitioners interested and active in disaster risk identification. UR community members share knowledge and experience, collaborate, and discuss innovation and best practice in risk assessment and risk communication. The community convenes every two years at UR Forums – five-day events that highlight best practices, facilitate partnerships and showcase the latest technical know-how in disaster risk identification.

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