Listen to the Earth Project

Choral Artists initiated the Listen to the Earth Project in honor of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, April 22, 2020. he centerpiece of the project is the Choral Artists concert on Sunday, April 19 at which we will premiere James Grant’s work Listen to the Earth. The project as a whole seeks to highlight
the local organizations that work to understand and conserve our rich natural surroundings here on the Gulf of Mexico.

In addition, Choral Artists and our partners offer a cornucopia of events to help us celebrate, conserve and become better stewards of our planet throughout April. The Listen to the Earth Project has been recognized by the Earth Day organization and the Smithsonian Institution as part of their Earth Optimism Summit. <link here for partner page>

Our efforts have been recognized as an official part of the Earth Day Organization’s 50th anniversary and a Sister event of the Smithsonian Earth Optimism Summit.

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Jane Alexander
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Terry Root

We are thrilled to have Jane Alexander joining us. Not only is she an award-winning actress and former head of the National Endowment for the Arts, but she is also a noted environmentalist and author. Jane will join panel discussions with local experts along with internationally noted scientist Dr. Terry Root who shares a Nobel Prize for her work on Al Gore’s Inconvenient Truth.

Click to Meet our Listen to the Earth Partners

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