Symphony for Our World pairs National Geographic’s visually stunning natural history footage with an original symphony at Davies Symphony Hall on April 22, a day before Earth Day. The performance will attempt to encapsulate the beauty of nature with the power of sound, and serve as a musical tribute to the beauty and wonders of the wild world.

Symphony for Our World is an international tour of shows with visuals paired with an original symphony composed by Bleeding Fingers Music, performed live by a full orchestra and choir. Their mission is to bring the beauty of nature and all the grandeur that comes with it to music venues across the country in a five-piece composition to share their gifts with as many people as possible. Mountains, oceans, and prairies are all said to make an appearance at the show, sure to leave critics in awe.

The whole 90-minute show is based, in part, on the history of National Geographic itself and some of their accomplishments during their 130 years of existence. A shorter hour-long special of Symphony for Our World will also air commercial-free on Earth Day, Sunday, April 22nd at 7PM EST, on Nat Geo WILD.

Symphony of Our World
Davies Symphony Hall,  201 Van Ness Ave
April 22, 8PM 
Tickets start at $86