The Symphonia will host ‘EARTH TO BOCA,’ a mini eco-fest and live performance, on Saturday, Dec. 3, at 7:00 p.m. at Roberts Theater, Saint Andrew’s School in Boca Raton. The event is designed to complement The Symphonia’s themed performance season, ‘Inspired, Naturally,’ showcasing four of the earth’s elements – Fire, Earth, Wind, and Water.
Guests are invited to interact with representatives from several environmentally focused organizations and learn more about what they can do to combat climate change.
EARTH TO BOCA is a celebration of music and nature and will culminate with The Symphonia’s performance of Terra Nostra, a 30-minute multimedia symphony about climate change composed by Christophe Chagnard and a film by Charlie Spears from Hullabaloo. It is an evocative combination of orchestral music, poetry, and film, intended to invite broad discourse and inspire concrete initiatives in diverse audiences in ways science alone may not.
The event is held in collaboration with the City of Boca Raton Office of Sustainability, Community Greening, Gumbo Limbo Coastal Stewards, Habitat for Humanity South Palm Beach County, Solar United Neighbors and Earth Creative. Additional partnerships include the School District of Palm Beach County and the Palm Beach County Resiliency Office.
Tickets are FREE for guests 18 and under. Adults and college students are $10 with the code ECO10. A VIP reception will include light bites, two complimentary beverages and preferred seating for Terra Nostra. VIP tickets are $75.