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Bella Gaia

Multimedia, Contemporary

“BELLA GAIA is a live concert that mixes music, dance, & NASA immersive imagery that turns the stage planetary. Sublime and Transcendental” – Village Voice NYC

Created from the vision of composer/director Kenji Williams, BELLA GAIA has proven, time and again, to generate the elusive but critical emotional response: A Reason to Care. A show so effective that astronauts say the experience is an accurate simulation of space flight, BELLA GAIA is an unprecedented NASA-powered immersive experience that communicates -without words – the natural and cultural BEAUTY of the planet (BELLA), and the INTERCONNECTEDNESS of all things on Earth (GAIA). The “Sublime” and “Out of This World” (Village Voice, USA Today) experience is achieved by combining supercomputer data from NASA, views of Earth from space, photographs, and stirring LIVE performances of music and dance from around the world. The BELLA GAIA program offers customized solo or ensemble performances.

Performances are often paired with community engagement activities and educational workshops to deepen students’ appreciation for our Mother Earth (NASA funds BELLA GAIA’s education program on Earth Science & Environmental Responsibility). In live presentations to over 200,000 individuals of all ages worldwide, audience members report that the BELLA GAIA experience leads to a significant change in their personal perspective of Earth and a better grasp of how humans impact it.

Upcoming Dates
Press

How Caltech performance of ‘Bella Gaia’ explores Earth’s care

It has since expanded into a multi-media show that combines NASA satellite imagery of Earth, time lapse nature photography and cultural heritage footage with live music and dance performance … READ MORE …

BWW Review: BELLA GAIA – A Poetic Vision of Earth From Space

BELLA GAIA – A Poetic Vision of Earth From Space is a multi-dimensional musical and visual concert experience created by Kenji Williams that emotionally reconnects us – to each other and to our planet … READ MORE …

Bella Gaia

Multimedia, Contemporary

“BELLA GAIA is a live concert that mixes music, dance, & NASA immersive imagery that turns the stage planetary. Sublime and Transcendental” – Village Voice NYC

Created from the vision of composer/director Kenji Williams, BELLA GAIA has proven, time and again, to generate the elusive but critical emotional response: A Reason to Care. A show so effective that astronauts say the experience is an accurate simulation of space flight, BELLA GAIA is an unprecedented NASA-powered immersive experience that communicates -without words – the natural and cultural BEAUTY of the planet (BELLA), and the INTERCONNECTEDNESS of all things on Earth (GAIA). The “Sublime” and “Out of This World” (Village Voice, USA Today) experience is achieved by combining supercomputer data from NASA, views of Earth from space, photographs, and stirring LIVE performances of music and dance from around the world. The BELLA GAIA program offers customized solo or ensemble performances.

Performances are often paired with community engagement activities and educational workshops to deepen students’ appreciation for our Mother Earth (NASA funds BELLA GAIA’s education program on Earth Science & Environmental Responsibility). In live presentations to over 200,000 individuals of all ages worldwide, audience members report that the BELLA GAIA experience leads to a significant change in their personal perspective of Earth and a better grasp of how humans impact it.

Images
Upcoming Dates
Press

How Caltech performance of ‘Bella Gaia’ explores Earth’s care

It has since expanded into a multi-media show that combines NASA satellite imagery of Earth, time lapse nature photography and cultural heritage footage with live music and dance performance … READ MORE …

BWW Review: BELLA GAIA – A Poetic Vision of Earth From Space

BELLA GAIA – A Poetic Vision of Earth From Space is a multi-dimensional musical and visual concert experience created by Kenji Williams that emotionally reconnects us – to each other and to our planet … READ MORE …