Tempo Dialogues
Earth Day, Every Day
The Impact of Music on Earth Day: Inspiring Action with Clear Notes
The Grateful Crane: performing out of Gratitude
Interview with the founding members Soji Kashiwagi and Keiko Kawashima
Driving Climate Action on the Streets
Interview with Heinz Lehmbruck, member and director of Cologne Climate Choir
Cyberforest | April
Kaoru Saito and Yasuko Sato
Improvisation and Modeling | November
Kikuko Maruo & Tapio Schneider
Solutions | September
Neil Fromer & Dwight Bigler
Hope | June
Sarah Dryhurst and Allison Girvan
Music for social action | July
Makiko Hirata & Shawn Kirchner
Extinction | April
Tomo Nishihara, Jake Runestadand and Todd Boss
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A podcast and
a live performance.
The Tempo Approach
Understanding the climate problem
Music to inspire action
Climate, Risk and Emotions
A series of dialogues
Paul Slovic & Sarah Dryhurst
"Musicians know a lot about moving audiences"
Jonathan Beard & Neil Fromer
"Telling stories can help to spread awareness"
Lucy Jones & Megumi Ishimoto
"We need to believe that we can still make a difference"
Makiko Hirata & Shawn Kirchner
"What sustains us better than joy?"
Tomohide Atsumi & Emiliano R. Nuesch
"Working with music helps draw people's attention"
A podcast and
a live performance.
Tempo people
Dr. Makiko Hirata
"Music reminds us that what we share is greater than our differences"
Dr. Paul Slovic
"Music is very powerful in creating feelings"
Jonathan Beard
"To talk about climate change is to talk about possible futures"
Dr. Sarah Dryhurst
“Emotions have a vital importance in our perception of risk”
Shawn Kirchner
"We are part of a global network composed by people that already care"
Dr. Neil Fromer
"Music can be a good mobilizer"
Megumi Ishimoto
Tomohide Atsumi
The Team
Dr. Lucy
Jones
Emiliano
R. Nuesch
John
Bwarie
Isabela
Lovelace
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Contact
If you are a musician and want to be part of this project,
please contact us at:tempo@drlucyjonescenter.org