Song of the Prophets: A Requiem for the Climate at St Paul’s Cathedral, 20 May, 7:00pm
Join Christian Aid for a free event to witness the debut performance of new orchestral work Song of the Prophets: A Requiem for the Climate, as well as an address from Dr Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury, and a panel discussion with climate campaigners.
Climate change is the biggest issue facing humanity today, and it is the world’s most marginalised groups who are suffering the most from its effects.
Christian Aid has been campaigning on climate change issues for more than a decade and now we have embarked on this exciting musical project to raise awareness of the climate injustices being faced by the communities in which we work around the world.
Christian Aid has collaborated with Chineke! Orchestra, Europe’s first majority-BME orchestra, and St Paul’s Institute, on the performance of a new piece of music based on Christian Aid’s climate change work and in particular our theological paper The Song of the Prophets, which we will be re-publishing soon.
Doors open at 6.15pm
To register visit www.christianaid.org.uk/song-prophets-sign