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Dynamics: Simple, Serious, Solvable: The 3 S’s of Climate Change
July 17 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Join us for an evening blending science, music and wine reception featuring the CSU Atmospheric Sciences Professor Scott Denning and members of the Miami String Quartet plus clarinetist Deborah Marshall at Block One Events. Doors open at 6:00pm.
Science Speaker: Scott Denning, Professor of Atmospheric Sciences Department, CSU
Science Program: Origins and Destiny: Climate Changes of the Past and Future
From the primordial collision that formed the Moon, to crashing continents and grinding glaciers, to the transforming breath of life itself, the Earth reveals spectacular stories of profound change. We’ve plumbed these stories to learn how climate responds to changes in our planet’s exchange of heat. Take a tour through deep time to gain perspective on modern climate change, and ponder our role and responsibility in shaping the future of this precious planet.
Music: Music by Holocaust victim Erwin Schulhoff is the centerpiece of a concert showing a wide range of styles from the Romanticism of Dvorak to the the rock-jazz-inspired music of Henryson.
Artists: Miami String Quartet (Benny Kim and Cathy Meng Robinson, violin; Scott Lee, viola; Keith Robinson, cello). Deborah Marshall, clarinet.
Antonin Dvorak Miniatures for two violins and viola Op. 75a (1887) – Cavatina, Capriccio, Romance, Elegy
Astor Piazzolla – Six Tango-Etudes for solo violin, No. 3 and 4 (1987)
Svante Henryson – Off Pist for clarinet and cello (1995)
Carter Brey – Tango para Ilaria for solo cello (1997)
Erwin Schulhoff – Duo for violin and cello (1925), Moderato, Zingaresca, Andantino, Moderato-Allegro deciso
Ticket includes food and wine reception.