The EcoVoice Festival

Date / Time

July 8, 2022

7:30 am - 9:00 pm

The 12th annual UIC Summer Institute on Sustainability and Energy  has partnered with The EcoVoice Project to present the EcoVoice Festival — three days of performances and activities that build awareness, educate, and call others to action on climate change. The 2022 inaugural festival will take place July 8-10 and be hosted in part at the University of Illinois Chicago (as well as Loyola University). The festival will feature the premiere live performance of the New Earth Ensemble, and two new song cycles, as well as educational panels and sessions. All events will be open to the general public. Thanks to the sponsorship of UIC SISE all activities are free to UIC students (with RSVP, student ID at door) — including the Friday and Saturday evening concerts.

More information and RSVP.

Friday, July 8, 7:30 p.m., University of Illinois Chicago

$25/ticket | free to students (RSVP required)

Mika Tosca, Keynote Speaker
Assistant Professor, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Affiliate Climate Researcher, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Keynote presented by Chicago Council on Science and Technology
Readings provide by Center for Humans and Nature

Praise Song to Oceania (premiere performance)
In service to (premiere performance)

Craig Santos Perez, poet
Adam Schumaker, composer
Thomas Aláan, countertenor
Nanae Fujiwara, guitar
Jonathan Hannau, piano

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