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Symphony about climate change to headline Maine festival


BANGOR, Maine — The headlining celebration of this year’s Maine Science Competition will be a musical exploration of local climate alter.

The organizers of the festival stated they commissioned composer Lucas Richman to generate a symphony about hope in the era of local weather improve in the Gulf of Maine. The gulf is warming speedier than most of the world’s oceans.

The organizers stated the Bangor Symphony Orchestra will carry out the leading of the do the job, named “The Warming Sea,” at the Maine Science Pageant on March 19.

A symphony named "The Warming Sea" composed by Lucas Richman will headline the Maine Science Festival this year.
A symphony named “The Warming Sea” composed by Lucas Richman will headline the Maine Science Competition this calendar year.

Pageant organizers reported Richman’s do the job was educated by conversations with researchers, scientists, specialists and Maine center school students. The efficiency will also involve a women’s and children’s choir. It will acquire area at Collins Centre for the Arts in Orono.

The Maine Science Festival commenced in 2015 and hosts dozens of functions in the course of its 5-day March pageant.


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