Voices of Nature Day - Edmonton 2013 - Jubilee Auditorium

  1. VOICES OF NATURE DAY - VOICES OF NATURE performed at the 2500 seat Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada celebrating Sustainability Awareness Week at the University of Alberta.

    Performed by The Wilds --- Holly Arntzen - vocals, dulcimer / Kevin Wright - vocals, congas / Shawn Soucy - drums / Mike Lent - bass / Karel Roessingh - keyboards / Robert Walsh - guitar. Featuring singers from Centennial and St. Lucy schools and audience members from 19 schools throughout Edmonton.

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  2. VOICES OF NATURE DAY - SNOWS OF KILIMANJARO performed at the 2500 seat Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada celebrating Sustainability Awareness Week at the University of Alberta.

    Performed by The Wilds --- Holly Arntzen - vocals, dulcimer / Kevin Wright - vocals, congas / Shawn Soucy - drums / Mike Lent - bass / Karel Roessingh - keyboards / Robert Walsh - guitar. Featuring singers from Centennial and St. Lucy schools and audience members from 19 schools throughout Edmonton.

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  3. VOICES OF NATURE DAY - URBAN MINING - The world premiere of the song, Urban Mining, performed at the 2500 seat Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada celebrating Sustainability Awareness Week at the University of Alberta.

    Performed by The Wilds --- Holly Arntzen - vocals, dulcimer / Kevin Wright - vocals, congas / Shawn Soucy - drums / Mike Lent - bass / Karel Roessingh - keyboards / Robert Walsh - guitar. Featuring singers from Centennial and St. Lucy schools and audience members from 19 schools throughout Edmonton.

    Written by Holly Arntzen, Kevin Wright and David Sinclair

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  4. VOICES OF NATURE DAY - BEAR IN BUCKINGHAM PALACE performed at the 2500 seat Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada celebrating Sustainability Awareness Week at the University of Alberta.

    Performed by The Wilds --- Holly Arntzen - vocals, dulcimer / Kevin Wright - vocals, congas / Shawn Soucy - drums / Mike Lent - bass / Karel Roessingh - keyboards / Robert Walsh - guitar. Featuring singers from Centennial and St. Lucy schools and audience members from 19 schools throughout Edmonton.

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  5. VOICES OF NATURE DAY - 40 MILLION SALMON CAN'T BE WRONG performed at the 2500 seat Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada celebrating Sustainability Awareness Week at the University of Alberta.

    Performed by The Wilds --- Holly Arntzen - vocals, dulcimer / Kevin Wright - vocals, congas / Shawn Soucy - drums / Mike Lent - bass / Karel Roessingh - keyboards / Robert Walsh - guitar. Featuring singers from Centennial and St. Lucy schools and audience members from 19 schools throughout Edmonton.

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Voices of Nature Day - Edmonton 2013 - Jubilee Auditorium

Artist Response Team

6th annual Voices of Nature concert in Edmonton hosted by the University of Alberta in celebration of their Sustainability Awareness Week. Featuring 220 singers on stage from Centennial and St. Lucy Schools and over 1600 students from 19 other schools…


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6th annual Voices of Nature concert in Edmonton hosted by the University of Alberta in celebration of their Sustainability Awareness Week. Featuring 220 singers on stage from Centennial and St. Lucy Schools and over 1600 students from 19 other schools who learned four of the songs, as well as 140 adults.

Songs performed by The Wilds led by Holly Arntzen and Kevin Wright of the Artist Response Team, a production house specializing in producing environmentally themed concerts and school music programs as well as educators' handbooks that help any teacher use music in the classroom to educate about ecology.
The Wilds featured Karel Roessingh on keyboards, Shawn Soucy on drums, Mike Lent on bass and Robert Walsh on guitar.

This year's major sponsors were the Beverage Container Management Board and the City of Edmonton.

Species sponsors were Shanked Computer Recycling, Arcom Technical Services, Priority Mechanical, Relumen Engineering, Bee Clean Building Maintenance, Manasc Isaac Architects

Organism sponsors were Alberta Beverage Container Recycling Corporation, Alberta Bottle Depot Association, Howell-Mayhew Engineering, Supertint, Custom Lighting, Aqua Air Systems, Automatic Controls, Blue Source Canada, AECOM, Exel/Enerscope Systems, Bunt & Associates Engineering

Other support from DIALOG, KFR Engineering, McCallum Printing, Hurly Works

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