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Fire in the Garden: Choral Music about Climate Change
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Streaming Live! December 12th, Cantilena spotlights the climate crisis with an ecologically-focused program of works for treble voices, premiering “Fire in the Garden” by composer Giselle Wyers, directed by Dr. Allegra Martin.
Cantilena highlights the climate crisis with this live streamed premiere of a major new work, "Fire in the Garden: A Climate Change Trilogy" by Giselle Wyers, originally to have been performed for the 50th anniversary of Earth Day in 2020. The powerful texts for this choral premiere are taken from the words of women climate activists and thinkers. Drawing from diverse sources such as Greta Thunberg, Denise Levertov, Barbara Deming, and Hildegard von Bingen, Seattle-based Wyers addressesView more
Tickets available on-line at https://bit.ly/Cantilena_2021_Concert
$22.00 (plus fee) per device for both live and on-demand viewing during the 30-day period
Dec 12, 2021, 8:00 PM EST – Jan 12, 2022, 11:00 PM EST
Contact: +1 (617) 380-4623
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The live-streamed event will take place on Sunday, Dec 12th at 8 pm EST and will be made available on-demand to ticket purchasers for 30 days, until 11:00 pm EST on 1/12/2022.
Cantilena will be interviewing composer Giselle Wyers in early December 2021 for a pre-Concert talk. The video recording will be made available through the chorus website: https//www.cantilena.org . Check the homepage for further details. bit.ly/Cantilena_2021_Interview
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
This event was to have taken place in April of 2020 as a live performance during the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day - a 40th Anniversary for Cantilena as a women's chorale; deeply affecting our ability to perform, celebrate, keep our audience, and maintain our revenue stream. After a long hiatus, we are rehearsing in-person (and masked) as a smaller chorus and increasing our spending to provide a safe rehearsal space and a live-streamed performance.