Warshauer's Living, Breathing Earth Symphony Spotlighted in Earth Day Broadcast

Meira Warshauer was interviewed in April by radio host Bradley Fuller about her Symphony No. 1: Living, Breathing Earth on his South Carolina Public Radio show, Sonatas and Soundscapes as part of the 2019 Earth Day Celebration. The work was also recently featured on PARMA Recordings Music for Earth Day playlist.

In 2020 Earth Day will celebrate its 50th Anniversary--plan ahead and info [at] laurenkeisermusic.com (subject: Web%20inquiry%20-%20Meira%20Warshauer, body: I'm%20interested%20in%20more%20information%20on%20the%20work%3A%0A%0ASymphony%20No.%201%3A%20Living%2C%20Breathing%20Earth) (contact the publisher) for more information about this beautiful, nature-inspired symphony for any environmentally-themed concert program today!

Warshauer's As the Waters Cover the Sea (A Tribute to Mozart) was also recently broadcast on the Carolina Live Show hosted by Lauren Rico, performed by the Western Piedmont Symphony, led by John Gordon Ross.