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Movie Night! Mpingo: the Tree That Makes Music

Clarinets for Conservation

Wednesday, March 19, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EDT)

Movie Night!  Mpingo: the Tree That Makes Music

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Each ticket purchase plants 10 Mpingo Trees in Tanzania Ended $50.00 $2.24

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Please join us for an evening of music and a rare viewing of the documentary film,

"Mpingo: the Tree That Makes Music"

Narrated by Sir David Attenborough, this intriguing and informative film follows the clarinet from harvest in Tanzania through production in France.  Michael Gunton’s exquisite film links the instruments of today with the forests where people first made music, and shows how sustainable management of Mpingo plantations benefits local communities and international markets alike.  Following the film, Clarinets for Conservation teaching artists will talk briefly about their work with the students of Korongoni Secondary School in Moshi, Tanzania.

Hors d'oeuvres and Wine will be served during the event.

Proceeds benefit the Clarinets for Conservation Tanzania Project

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PBS feature, "Harvesting Music in Tanzania"

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When & Where


Net Zero House | Intervale Lowlands
8 Intervale Way
P.O. Box 310
Lake Placid, New York 12846

Wednesday, March 19, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EDT)


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Clarinets for Conservation

Utilizing the transformative power of music to encourage creativity and the protection of natural resources! Clarinets for Conservation is a 501(c)(3) Not-For-Profit Organization that promotes awareness of valuable natural resources by actively engaging students and the community with the power of music. 
Teaching secondary students in Tanzania to play and musical instrument empowers! Studies have proven that music education improves problem-solving skills, facilitates self-sufficiency, and provides a healthy creative outlet for adolescents. Students and C4C teachers take part in innovative interdisciplinary performances/tree plantings throughout Tanzania to help connect the clarinet and the tree it is made of, Mpingo, with the community–therefore fostering a sincere desire for a sustainable future.
Visit us at www.clarinetsforconservation.org
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