Live Performance Dates
Watch this space for new live performance dates
April 21: UC Santa Cruz, Earth Summit (campus event for student audience)
April 28: Noh Space, 2840 Mariposa Street in San Francisco, shows at 6:30pm and 8:15pm. For more information and to purchase tickets, click the button:
May 17: Santa Clara University @ Noon: More detail to follow soon. For general information about the series, click the following button:
Below are a few quotes from audience members following our past performances:
"ClimateMusic has altered my perspective on Climate Change. The risks feel more immediate, more real..."
"I was hugely touched by your performance and had to hold back tears at the intensity and sense of urgency the music brought.."
"Holy Moses! The music was so effective and beautiful, I felt almost like panicking around 2100!"
“ It's the most powerful, visceral representation I have heard or seen: because through the rhythm-tempo-dynamics-pitch we embody the music, instead of just looking at and away from the data”.
"The performance was great and very moving. In fact, the impression left is still lingering, so it has certainly done its job!”
“It was really a powerful -- one of the most effective ways to communicate
climate change that I've seen”
“Really an impressive presentation last night.… it was very stirring and it evoked strong emotions, which only good music can do.… an amazing production really! Moreover, from what I experienced and the discussion afterwards, I can see a myriad of possibilities for expansion, variation and iteration. Really beautiful & effective (and disturbing at the same time) with the Planetarium being the perfect venue”.
"It really translates into visceral terms a threat that can often seem impenetrable and abstract...We can't wait to watch the project evolve and look forward to spreading the word"
“What a fabulous premiere. Congratulations…. It was all you said it would be and then some. And I loved how engaged the audience was”.
“…I’m still surprised by how moving I found the experience. You need to get the word out!”
Photograph provided by Melinda Fowler.
The ClimateMusic Project is operating under the fiscal sponsorship of the Social Good Fund, based in Richmond, CA. For more information, please visit: http://www.socialgoodfund.org