Harald Lesch and the Merlin Ensemble Vienna
What do eight classical musicians of the Merlin Ensemble Vienna undertake with astrophysicist Harald Lesch?
A journey through space and time. Antonio Vivaldi's "Four Seasons", composed three hundred years ago in 1720, provides us with an annual ticket and an environmental ticket between earth and orbit with a minimal CO2 footprint. Lesch and Vivaldi take us on a musical and scientific journey through time, beginning with the formation of the earth and its seasons and ending with the current climate change.
At the end Harald Lesch looks at the dramatic changes of the earth and our climate from orbit - until the apocalypse? Current day politics are not spared either.
Harald Lesch, narrator
Martin Walch, solo violin and conductor of the Merlin Ensemble Vienna
Ingrid Friedrich, violin
Cornelia Lörcher, violin
Mechtild Sommer, viola
Luis Zorita, violoncello
Yosef Avraham, double bass
Allen Smith, bassoon
Daniela Fietzek, harpsichord
In the context of the International Science Festival - Geist Heidelberg
On the evening before (Fri, 5.11.) you can already experience Harald Lesch in the context of a lecture.
Concert and lecture can be booked individually or as part of a Combitickets bookable. Please note the different price models.
'The Four Seasons' in climate change
Concert Geist Heidelberg Lecture
Aula der Neuen Universität
Prices plus fees
Regular 39,90 €
Reduced 34,90 €
Member 29,90 €