Seascape – Weather Art and Music

Saturday 7th October 2017 7:30PM – 7:30PM

A unique recital about our relationship with the sea, and about the ocean’s influence on our weather and climate.

Music by Ireland, Chausson, Elgar, Duparc, Rossini, Porter and Gershwin illustrates our emotional and artistic relationship with the seas, and will be performed by Pierrette Thomet, mezzo, and Prof Brian Golding, piano. The musical programme is complemented by a series of narratives on the relationship between weather and the oceans, presented by Prof Paul Hardaker, Chief Executive of the Institute of Physics.

The Parish church will be open for an art exhibition before the concert between 2pm – 5pm.  Entry by donation to the church. No booking necessary for the exhibition during the day. See separate entry.

WAM – Weather Art and Music – seeks to develop innovative events that bring weather and climate scientists together with artists of all stripes, in an endeavour to find new and inspiring ways of talking about our weather and climate change.  

Venue: St Giles’ & St Nicholas’ Church, Sidmouth (Parish Church), booking required – see button on the top right of this page

Price for recital: £10 for adults, £5 for students 16 and under.