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Climate change symphony that premiered 2 years late will live on in Bangor children’s museum exhibit

By Judy Harrison, Bangor Daily News, March 29, 2022

“Hope begins with truth:” Maine Science Festival, Bangor Symphony to perform climate change composition

By Annie Ropeik, Spectrum News, March 17, 2022

Maine Science Festival returns after two-year hiatus due to the pandemic

By Alex Haskell (NCM), March 16, 2022

Maine Science Festival makes its return

By Connor Magliozzi, WABI5, March 15, 2022

Celebrating science once again: The Maine Science Festival is back in action!

By the Maine Edige March 14, 2022

After 2-year delay, Maine Science Festival will finally premiere its climate change symphony

By Emily Burnham, Bangor Daily News, March 12, 2022

2022 Maine Science Festival features UMaine scientists

BDN Community, Bangor Daily News, March 4, 2022

2022 Maine Science Festival

Maine Public February 26, 2022

Mitchell Center to host talk about ‘The Warming Sea’ project Feb. 7

BDN Community, January 26, 2022

Maine Science Podcast features Birkel in latest episode

Umaine News, January 3, 2022

Did we figure out how to make good ‘climate pop’ songs in 2021?

By Eve Andrews, Grist, December 17, 2021

Symphony About Climate Change to Headline Maine Festival

By Associated Press Oct. 4, 2021

Maine Science Festival to return in 2022 with debut of “The Warming Sea”

By WABI News Desk Sep. 29, 2021

New symphony sets the story of Maine’s climate change to music for Maine Science Festival

By Sarah Walker Caron, Bangor Metro February 29, 2020

Composers celebrate Maine Bicentennial by putting music to our years

By Bob Keyes, Portland Press Herald March 1, 2020

Eco-Friendly Orchestras

By Brian Wise, Symphony Magazine

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