This event will present work by composers and researchers at the Royal Northern College of Music and the University of Manchester which speaks to these relationships between music and environmental change. We will talk about how music can help cope with crisis and process ecological grief, as well as how music can be part of shifts towards more sustainable societies.
Join us to explore how music can help us live with – and develop solutions to – environmental challenges.
Rose Pritchard, Presidential Fellow in Social-Environmental Systems
Adults and Young People
Of interest to those who enjoy music and have an active interest in social change
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