The Sound of Nature

Thursday 3 October 7pm, Temple Church

£15.00 — £30.00

Tickets £15 £20 £30

Includes interval drinks

This concert is generously supported by The Honourable Societies of the Inner and Middle Temple


Programme
Janequin Le chant des oiseaux 
Ravenscroft Hey hoe to the green wood
Mundy In the midst of woods 
Dowland O Sweet Woods
Willaert Ecce lignum crucis – Crux fidelis
Monte Super flumina Babylonis
Pearsall Who shall have my lady fair
Overton Oh the oak and the ash
Britten The ballad of Green Broom 
Britten Ye that passen by  
Holliday Strange Fruit 
Joni Mitchell Big Yellow Taxi
Beach Boys A day in the life of a tree
Britten  The trees they grow so high 
Vaughan Williams Linden Lea 
Butterworth  Lovliest of trees
Handel  Wheree’er you walk 
Britten I know a bank 

Nature’s Voice
Jonathan Darbourne director
James Cameron speaker
Dan Samsa sound producer 


Nature’s Voice – which includes members of the Temple Singers – will perform a diverse programme of song inspired by nature, interwoven with impassioned commentary from leading environmental speakers including James Cameron, a leader in the global climate change movement and distinguished environmental law barrister. Forget the politics, missed targets and dropped policy agendas around the critical issue of climate change and allow music to do what it does best and remind us all why we need to sit up, listen and act.

The world is no longer divided between those countries that have the obligation, and the rest. Everybody has the opportunity to present their own plans to grapple with climate change.” James Cameron