Why See A Light in the Void?
The incredible story of science, 13.8 billion years in the making, takes center stage for this concert hall first. Joining the symphony will be a series of guest speakers, telling the story of our universe in a breathtaking synthesis of science and all-new music. A feast for the ears, eyes, and mind, don't miss what is sure to be an illuminating experience full of wonder and discovery.
With original music by Austin Wintory and written by Anthony Lund, A Light in the Void will feature Professor of Physics at Caltech Maria Spiropulu, Professor of Anthropology and Paleopathology at the University of Birmingham, Alice Roberts and Professor of Planetary Science at The University of Colorado at Boulder, Carolyn Porco, shining a spotlight on their subjects, and how they relate to the world around us, past, present and future.
Performance date: 5 October 2018
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