"Science Sonification" Performance & Talk: Graduate Student Composers Collaborate with STEM Researchers

Location: Lutkin Memorial Hall (Map it)

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What does it sound like when you transform science into music?

Come to the premier of the Science Sonification Project Showcase to hear some of the finest composers from Northwestern’s Bienen School of Music team up with five scientists to create new music compositions inspired by cutting-edge scientific research.

Free and open to the public, this event will be a combined lecture-recital featuring science presentations, visualizations, and live performances of original music.

-- Free and open to the public.
-- No registration or ticket required.
-- Campus parking lots are unrestricted after 4:00 pm.

The Science Sonification and Composition Project is a new collaboration at Northwestern University that partners scientists with composers from the Bienen School of Music. The goal is to create and perform new music compositions inspired by cutting-edge scientific research at Northwestern. This collaboration was developed in 2016 by musician-scientists Eric Schwenker and Kyle Kremer as part of Kyle's Cosmos in Concert initiative through Northwestern's Center for Interdisciplinary Exploration and Research in Astrophysics (CIERA).

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Open to the Public