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July 11: The Dream Unfinished Activist Orchestra’s “Deep River” Season Finale Concert

By July 2, 2019July 8th, 2019No Comments

Activist orchestra The Dream Unfinished’s 2019 season Deep River will focus on the intersection of climate and social justice, through the lens of composers who hail from communities impacted by climate change and other environmental issues. Their season finale will include speakers and activists who will provide a local and global perspective on climate change’s impact on communities of color, and premiere new orchestrations of works by Trevor Weston, Zenobia Powell Perry, and others.


Kelly Hall-Tompkins, Concertmaster; Damian Norfleet, Baritone; Vimbayi Kaziboni, Conductor; Terrance McKnight, Host

Music by:

Laura Kaminsky, Roberto Sierra, Harry Burleigh, Trevor Weston, Jeff Scott, and Zenobia Powell Perry.


Mitchell Silver, NYC Parks Department Commissioner
Leslie Velasquez, El Puente
Olivia Wohlgemuth, Earth Uprising
Karla Pinzon, The Climate Reality Project

Tickets: $25-$100. Click here to purchase!

Read about The Dream Unfinished in the New York Times from 2016!

More about The Dream Unfinished:

The Dream Unfinished is an activist orchestra. Its mission is to use classical music as a platform to engage audiences in dialogues surrounding social and racial justice. Our current season, Deep River, focuses on the climate crisis. Bridging the work of composers, activists, and scientists who hail from communities impacted by climate change, Deep River highlights the often neglected intersection of climate change and social justice.

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