Paul Winter and Consort
Paul Winter integrates nature and music to a degree few have ever attempted. His use of traditional and non-traditional instruments, wildlife voices and the acoustics of natural spaces have earned him seven Grammy-awards and countless honors, including the United Nations Environment Program Award of Excellence. His newest project, "Flyways," is a musical celebration of migration from Eurasia to Africa, and the human cultures over which the birds fly. Each summer and winter, he and the Paul Winter Consort perform their much-anticipated Solstice concerts in New York's Cathedral of St. John the Divine.
Mr. Winter's performance is inconjunction with his acceptance of the John James Audubon Center Award for Art Inspiring Nature. This prestigace national award honors an individual who, through his or her body of work or a single seminal work, uses art to communicate the real and intrinsic value of the nature, interpret conservation challenges, and inspire humanity to take actions that will protect and preserve birds, other wildlife and the world we share.
The John James Audubon Center, the first American home of the artists whose work inspired the conservation movement, is located just 2 miles from the concert venue.
Shannondell Performing Arts Center (View)
1000 Shannondell Boulevard
Audubon, PA 19403
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