Professor of the Practice, Greg Kalember was the mix engineer for a virtual concert that will premiere on March 3rd. The UN Chamber Music Society of the United Nations Staff Recreation Council will perform during the celebration of World Wildlife Day 2021. The focus of this year's World Wildlife Day is "Forests and livelihoods: sustaining people and planet", sheds light on the links between the state of our planet’s forests and woodlands and the preservation of the millions of livelihoods that depend directly on them, with a particular attention to the traditional knowledge of the communities who have managed forest ecosystems and its wildlife for centuries.
In celebration of World Wildlife Day, the UN Chamber Music Society will perform a program inspired by wildlife - 'Flocks a Mile Wide' – composed by 2x Grammy award winning composer, Christopher Tin. Founded in 2016, the UN Chamber Music Society carries out the United Nations’ mission of peace, understanding and cooperation, through the universal language of music. All musicians will perform chamber ensemble music from the safety of their homes, to help stem the spread of the coronavirus.
The concert will be presented on March 3 at 8pm on their youtube channel.
Congratulations to Greg!