Please submit questions for the panel via email HERE.
As Dunedin Consort prepares to perform Nature’s Voice – a programme celebrating the inspirational force of nature in music – we invite you to join us for a live-streamed symposium on the arts and the environment. How can the arts help to shape a greener, more environmentally conscious future? And how can we balance out the need to continue reaching new audiences within a sustainable touring model?
Bringing together musicians, arts managers and leading industry professionals, this forum aims to foreground the climate challenge that the Performing Arts sector – like so many others – must face both in the immediate and long-term future. Join us and join the discussion, as we look for creative solutions to help protect the next generation.
Questions are welcome in advance by email, but may also be submitted via Facebook, Twitter, email and YouTube throughout the live-stream.
Katy Bircher | Principal Flute, Dunedin Consort
Jo Buckley | Chief Executive, Dunedin Consort
Jenny Jamison | Chief Executive, Scottish Ensemble
Simon Milne | Regius Keeper, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
Mark Pemberton | Director, Association of British Orchestras
Ben Twist | Director, Creative Carbon Scotland
Learn More about Edinburgh Royal Botanic Garden as it celebrates its 350th year in 2020