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Music for a Warming World at SLF2017
Fri. 10 February 2017, 9:15 pm – 10:45 pm AEDT
A stunning visual experience and live music performance, telling the gripping story of how we're changing our climate and what we can do about it.
Green Music Australia presents The Simon Kerr Perspective's acclaimed multimedia work, Music for a Warming World, especially for the 2017 Sustainable Living Festival.
A powerful and evocative song cycle, performed in front of stunning visuals, Music for a Warming World takes the audience on a journey through climate change, from the science, through the change needed, ending with a message of hope through action.
This is an event not to be missed for anyone who needs new inspiration, is seeking hope, or simply loves great music for a great cause.
Launched in 2016 and performed from Victoria to Queensland at music festivals, universities, community event and house concerts, Music for a Warming World features Simon Kerr (Guitars/Vocals), Kylie Morrigan (Violin/Vocals), Scott Lewis (Keys), Tim Hollo (Viola), Mal Webb (Bass/Vocals) and Daniel Hook (Drums).
‘Intelligent, thought provoking, entertaining’ (Newport Folk Festival)
‘A powerful way to build political power and inspire personal commitment’ (Senator Janet Rice, Australian Greens)
‘Artistically beautiful … it touches the soul of our generation', (Prof John Braithwaite, ANU)
‘Incredible music ... a moving live performance’ (Abe Swartz, Radio Presenter)
This event is hosted by Green Music Australia Director, Tim Hollo, who will share Green Music Australia’s plans for an environmentally sustainable music industry.
Ticket sales (after the artists are paid) go to supporting Green Music Australia's work to reduce the environmental impact of the music scene, reducing waste, supporting energy efficiency, encouraging green transport, and inspiring musicians to become activists.