The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra joins a line-up of international musicians to celebrate the songs of whales and dolphins from around the world.
The concert, to be held on Friday 25 April at Croydon's Fairfield Halls, aims to celebrate the natural grace and beauty of these endangered animals in a musical performance.
Singing the Oceans Alive combines different musical styles with the sounds of the sea in a unique performance. Original compositions incorporating the distinctive calls of whales and dolphins will be played against a backdrop of images of the ocean.
Proceeds from the event will be donated to a newly-established charity, Save Earth's Oceans, Inc. This global non-profit organization is dedicated to cleaning up beaches and oceans worldwide and raising awareness of ways we can limit damage to our natural surroundings and help to preserve the environment.
The charity plans to research solutions to the problem of plastic waste which pollutes the oceans and endangers wildlife. It is also preparing to host a major event in 2015 - the Children's Sea Ambassadors Innovation Conference.
Tickets for Singing the Oceans Alive are available from the box office on 0208 688 9291 or bookings can be made online.