[Chamber Music] The Sound of Climate Change

  • 19/10/2023
  • 7:45 PM
  • Full Circle House – Chaussée de Vleurgat 89, Ixelles 1050

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THE SOUND OF CLIMATE CHANGE

Concert & Talk
by Brussels Muzieque & Full Circle
with speaker Philippa Nuttall


Music / Ideas / Thurs 19th Oct / 7.45pm

Pre-concert dinner & bar from 6.30pm | Talk & Concert at 7.45pm

Come for an unusual concert and experience the Four Seasons of Vivaldi as never before.

As climate change becomes more and more of an undeniable reality, what do the Four Seasons look like in 2023? Brussels Muzieque performs these iconic pieces with four amazing soloists.

Before the concert, climate journalist Philippa Nuttall will introduce the topic and reflect on how Vivaldi's timeless classic is becoming a work of nostalgia. 

Join us for a unique concert where music will bring us together to reflect on one of the biggest issues of our time.

Meet the speaker



Philippa Nuttall is a freelance journalist and writer focused on the climate and biodiversity crises. She was Environment Editor at the New Statesman, and has written for numerous publications including the Financial Times, Prospect Magazine and the New Scientist.

Meet the musicians

Spring

by Sylvia Huangconcertmaster at Brussels' opera 'La Monnaie/De Munt'

Summer

by Misako Akama, concertmaster at Belgian National Orchestra


Autumn

by Nadja Nevolovitsch, leader of the 1st violins at Brussels Philharmonic


Winter

by Sarah Oates, concertmaster at Ballet Amsterdam


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