5:00 p.m. -- Nelson Institute doctoral student Chris Bocast and UW-Madison music student Emily Blessing will perform modern ambient music on electric guitar and keyboards, based on environmental compositions by the famed classical composer Claude Debussy.
6:00 p.m. -- Madison "class-grass" ensemble Graminy (Chris Wagoner, fiddle; Shauncey Ali, fiddle and viola; Mary Gaines, cello and vocals; Chris Powers, guitar; and Nelson Institute faculty associate Michael Bell, mandolin) will perform ecologically inspired acoustic music that blends classical and bluegrass traditions.
The concert will conclude with a new piece for Earth Day by Bocast, Blessing, and Graminy.
Sponsored by: Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, Wisconsin Union
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