Burning River Baroque: Elements Worth Fighting For (Streaming Concert)

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Web and PSA
Event Description: 

Burning River Baroque will present the online event Elements Worth Fighting For, a streaming concert, available to all, streamed in English and Spanish, on Saturday, June 26th at 7 pm. More information is available on the Burning River Baroque Facebook page.

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During the early modern era, gratitude for the earth was regularly expressed through religious and secular celebrations focused on giving thanks for earth’s life-giving provisions. People deemed it important to be good stewards of the earth so that it would continue to be prosperous for future generations. The discipline of alchemy was widely practiced at the time, encouraging balance and stasis internally as well as with our relationship to the earth. Since the dawn of the industrial revolution, humanity’s technological advances have both propelled society forward and also often taken a dangerous toll on the planet. Although climate change is widely considered by scientists to be the most pressing threat to the life of our planet, environmental issues are often divisive and polarizing. Encouraged by the recent global climate strikes, our program will use music as a vehicle for inspiring productive dialogue about climate change.

Malina Rauschenfels, baroque violin, cello & voice

Paula Maust, harpsichord

Burning River Baroque brings diverse communities together through vibrant musical performances that inspire engaging musical dialogue and meaningful social change.

 

Submitter Organization: 
Burning River Baroque
Event Date(s): 
June 26, 2021 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Event Contact Email: 
stjohnohio@gmail.com
Event Contact Phone Number: 
(330) 743-3175