The Four Seasons is a group of four musical compositions by Antonio Vivaldi. Each individual composition corresponds to one of the four seasons. Wikipedia has this to say about them:
They were a revolution in musical conception: in them Vivaldi represented flowing creeks, singing birds (of different species, each specifically characterized), a shepherd and his barking dog, buzzing flies, storms, drunken dancers, hunting parties from both the hunters' and the prey's point of view, frozen landscapes, and warm winter fires.
You can listen to the whole concert here:
This Saturday, the Elbphilharmonie-Orchester (Hamburg, Germany) will perform this music - with a twist. Instead of the original "Four Seasons by Vivaldi", they are going to perform "For Seasons by Data". According to a trailer I saw just yesterday, they worked with a team of sound-artists, software-developers and musical arrangers to translate climate data of the last 300 years into changes to the original Vivaldi composition: rises in temperatures and in the number of extreme weather events lead to a much more jarring composition, and the fact that about 15% of bird species have become extinct since the composition of this music is translated into a removal of an equal amount of melody.
You can read more about this idea and also find a link to a livestream (November 16, 5:30PM CET) here. The livestream link goes to a page in german, which currently shows the trailer with a snippet of the music: