21 Nov 2015
8 - 10pm
The performance on November 21st will be the first in a series of concerts in 2015 and 2016, further dates and venues to be announced.
Chabot Space & Science Center
10000 Skyline Boulevard
Oakland, Oakland , 94619
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If the climate had a musical voice, what would it sound like? Join the scientists and artists of The ClimateMusicProject for a night of climate data-inspired music and conversation about the past, present, and (possible) future.
Join us at 8PM on November 21st at the Chabot Space & Science Center’ planetarium in Oakland, California for the inaugural performance by The ClimateMusic Project, a science and arts collaborative that uses music to teach people about climate change in a fresh and engaging way. The collaborative is made up of leading climate scientists and versatile artists who work with terabytes of climate data and the most advanced climate models to create music that reflects the story of our climate, past, present, and (possibly) future. Following this premier performance you will have the opportunity to engage the scientists, composer, and musicians in a live discussion and Q&A session. This is a not-to-be-missed event that will stir the spirit and engage the mind.