laurie laurie, November 4, 2017

This fall, over thirty pianists in nine countries will participate in Climate Keys, a project pairing concerts and climate change talks. Locally, pianist Alexander Schwarzkopf will pair with geologist Gregory Retallack, on November 8th, 7:00 pm, at First United Methodist in Eugene, in a benefit for 350 Eugene. KLCC’s Eric Alan speaks with Alexander Schwarzkopf and Deb McGee, co-founder of 350 Eugene.

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ClimateKeys with Pianist Composer Alexander Schwarzkopf & Geologist Gregory Retallack – Wednesday, November 8