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Sounding a note of caution through music

Playing for the Planet unites activist musicians

Among the musicians performing at the Playing for the Planet concert are (clockwise from top) Mehmet Ali Sanlikol, Eliot Fisk and Zaira Meneses, and Durga Krishnan. Among the musicians performing at the Playing for the Planet concert are (clockwise from top) Mehmet Ali Sanlikol, Eliot Fisk and Zaira Meneses, and Durga Krishnan. (jesse weiner (below right))
By Andrew Gilbert
Globe Correspondent / November 11, 2011

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Warren Senders figures that a global crisis requires an international response. Looking to take up arms in the fight against global warming, the NEC faculty member decided to put his network of musical connections to use. Billed as “World Strings Against Climate Change,’’ the fifth Playing For the Planet concert takes place tonight at Emmanuel Church, and features a triple bill of Mehmet Ali Sanlıkol and the Dünya Ensemble, the South Indian veena master Durga Krishnan, and the classical guitarists Eliot Fisk and Zaira Meneses.

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PLAYING FOR THE PLANET: World Strings Against Climate Change

With Mehmet Ali Sanlikol and the Dnya Ensemble, Eliot Fisk, Zaira Meneses, and Durga Krishnan

At: Emmanuel Church, 15 Newbury St., tonight at 7. Tickets: $20. 781-396-0734, www.warrensenders.com