Classical music has been silent about Climate Change for too long. A concert organizer from Germany wants things to change quickly. His goal: make classical concerts completely climate neutral.
The Oxford Philharmonic’s Pastoral Day concert will be preceded by a panel discussion with leading scientists and academics from the University of Oxford.
Ricky believes that the powerful, emotive medium of music can be the catalyst to convert mere awareness to action.
Far from the world’s traditional concert halls, Paul Barton plays Beethoven on an upright piano for powerful and sometimes dangerous elephants in a jungle sanctuary in Thailand.
Most of the messages reaching us about environmental degradation and climate change have a looming, threatening rhetoric. Rising greenhouse gas emissions are melting glaciers, the world is experiencing mass extinctions, and extreme meteorological events linked to climate change are hitting communities throughout the world. It is not difficult to understand how people can become saturated […]
The Beethoven Pastoral Project is delighted to welcome “on board” Quatuor Ebene, one of the world’s leading string quartets and Ambassadors for the Beethoven 250th Jubilee.