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Disharmony: How Music Is Responding to Climate Change
23 minutes | Dec 16, 2021
Disharmony: Episode 5
In the final episode of "Disharmony," folk artist Joan Shelley talks about her experience writing music about climate change, and author Kimberly Nicolas talks about navigating climate grief.
25 minutes | Dec 9, 2021
Disharmony: Episode 4
In this episode of "Disharmony," folk artist Raye Zaragoza and a representative from the nonprofit REVERB talk about making the music industry more sustainable.
26 minutes | Dec 2, 2021
Disharmony: Episode 3
In this episode of "Disharmony," representatives from The ClimateMusic Project and Global Citizen talk about how music can motivate listeners to get involved with the climate movement.
27 minutes | Nov 24, 2021
Disharmony: Episode 2
In this episode of "Disharmony," a multilingual jazz group called the Afro Yaqui Music Collective and James Sullivan, author of Which Side Are You On?: 20th Century American History in 100 Protest Songs, talk about protest music and why it's so important to the climate movement.
23 minutes | Nov 17, 2021
Disharmony: Episode 1
In the first episode of "Disharmony," we'll hear from Canadian folk singer The Weather Station and Lithuanian opera composer Lina Lapelyte to learn more about how artists use emotions related to the climate crisis in their music.
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