First Rubinoff double-feature of the summer

Sustainable Everyday Living: From Island Life to Life on Earth 
by Dr. Vanessa Timmer
and
Bach Cello Suites No. 3 in C Major & No. 1 in G Major
performed by Diederik van Dijk

Vanessa’s presentation will explore how we can each reflect on our individual and community ecological footprints, how we can advocate for structural changes to reduce emissions and waste, and how a one-earth mindset not only has an environmental impact, but one which increases social equity and justice for all. Vanessa brings together current leading environmental science research with down-to-earth anecdote and experience in her talk, with time for Q+A.

Diederik joins us from the Netherlands and we are very fortunate to have a world-class musician perform on Hornby. Diederik is a professional chamber/orchestral cellist, is frequently engaged as principal cellist for the Nieuwe Philharmonie Utrecht and a core member of Combattimento, the Van Swieten Society and ensemble Dark by Five. He will begin the evening program with Bach Cello Suite No. 3 in C Major, and close the evening with Bach Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major.

This program is generously supported by Betty and Thijs Dhont.

Hornby Arts are honoured to be presenting this evening of music and sustainability visioning at the Jeffrey Rubinoff Sculpture Park. Doors will open at 6 for you to enjoy the evening in the gorgeous Forum Room Courtyard with a glass of wine or tea, with Diederik starting off the evening at 7 PM.

Please note, seating is limited, so we ask that you reserve seats HERE.

Where & When

Time: Doors 6:00PM | Program 7:00–9:00PM
Location: Jeffrey Rubinoff Sculpture Park — 2750 Shingle Spit Road

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