Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Preparation-for-the-Ice-Concert-in-the-Arctic-27MZIFJWFGM0A.htmlConceptually similarPreparation for the Ice Concert in the ArcticGP0STT9T5Completed★★★★★Preparation for the Ice Concert in the ArcticGP0STT9TDCompleted★★★★Preparation for the Ice Concert in the ArcticGP0STT9T9Completed★★★★Preparation for the Ice Concert in the ArcticGP0STT9U6Completed★★★★Preparation for the Ice Concert in the ArcticGP0STT9U5Completed★★★★Preparation for the Ice Concert in the ArcticGP0STT9T8Completed★★★★★Preparation for the Ice Concert in the ArcticGP0STT9TBCompleted★★★★Preparation for the Ice Concert in the ArcticGP0STT9TECompleted★★★★Preparation for the Ice Concert in the ArcticGP0STT9TFCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STT9THPreparation for the Ice Concert in the ArcticArtist Bill Covitz inspects an island. Greenpeace are in the Dahlbreen glacier area harvesting ice blocks from the sea, to carve instruments and animal sculptures for an ice concert.Greenpeace has partnered with a group of musicians to record an ice concert in the far north of the Arctic. They play a piece called ‘Ocean Memories’ on instruments carved from ice collected in Arctic waters. The rhythms of chimes, horns, ice percussion and a cello blend together to send a message for the need to protect at least 30% of our global oceans by 2030.Locations:Arctic-Norway-SvalbardDate:27 Apr, 2019Credit:© Denis Sinyakov / GreenpeaceMaximum size:6242px X 4161pxKeywords:Artists-Day-Greenpeace crew-Ice-Inflatables (boats)-KWCI (GPI)-Men-Oceans (campaign title)-One person-OutdoorsShoot:Protect the Oceans Expedition - MY Arctic Sunrise & MY Esperanza - Arctic LegThe Arctic Sunrise and Esperanza are in Svalbard on the first leg of one of Greenpeace's biggest ever expeditions: an almost year-long pole to pole voyage from the Arctic to the Antarctic, to highlight the many threats facing the oceans and to campaign for a Global Ocean Treaty covering all seas outside of national waters. The 'Protect the Oceans' expedition will see scientists and campaigners team up to research the threats of climate change, overfishing, plastic pollution, deep sea mining and oil drilling.