SONICBernheim returns with Climate Chords

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Heartland Communications Consultants
Visitors are invited to the forest of Bernheim in Clermont, Kentucky, Wednesday from 7:30 to 10 p.m. for SONICBernheim: Climate Chords – a unique program with music, science and conversation about climate issues to encourage harmonic discussion.
In partnership with Louisville Public Media, WFPL’s Ryan Van Velzer and WUOL’s Jecorey Arthur will emcee the event, which includes special guests Daniel Rothenberg of ClimaCell and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Center for Global Change Science, and Longleash, an ensemble from Brooklyn, New York.
Daniel Rothenbergis is a meteorologist and climate scientist. Formerly a research assistant and post-doctoral scientist at the Center for Global Change Science at MIT, Daniel’s research focuses on the impact of pollution on clouds, the environment, and climate change, and how the changing climate will impact air quality and human health around the world.
Longleash is a violin, cello and piano ensemble with a traditional instrumentation and a progressive identity. Inspired by new music with unusual sonic beauty, an inventive streak, and compelling cultural relevancy, Longleash extends a love of classical chamber musicianship to the interpretation of contemporary music, crafting performances that are both dynamic and thoughtfully refined.
Louisville-based musicians Sara Louise Callaway and Aaron Rosenblum curate all SONICBernheim events.
The event will begin at the Sunset Amphitheater.
Chairs, blankets, flashlights and picnics are welcome, but no alcohol will be permitted. Every effort will be made to accommodate attendees with mobility restrictions.
The cost is $5 for Bernheim and Louisville Public Media members and $10 for non-members. For more information, go to www.facebook.com/sonicbernheim.