Oceanophony – A Scientific Symphony of the Ocean


Normally we go to the ocean, but last weekend, the ocean came to us, in the form of Orchestra Miami. Conductor and Artistic Director Elaine Rinaldi led 8 musicians onstage in the Museum’s theatre, performing the music of Oceanophony by award-winning composer Bruce Adolphe. Throughout the event, which was free with Museum admission, children learned all about marine life and the importance of biodiversity and healthy coral reefs in a whole new way. Through an engaging combination of music and poems, children learned the answers to questions like: Do seahorses mate for life? Is marine snow cold? Oceanophony was a scientific symphony of the ocean!


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One Response to Oceanophony – A Scientific Symphony of the Ocean

  1. Beautiful blog! very helpful

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