The Music Of Proof: What Does Maths Sound Like? at the RNCM

Chris Horkan
RNCM

The Music Of Proof: What Does Maths Sound Like? at Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM), Manchester, 4 October 2017, from £5 - Book now

PRiSM – aka Practice & Research in Science & Music – explores the connection between music and maths for this unusual event. It features a new collection of five short movements for string quartet, with each movement representing a mathematical idea.

What’s more, the performances will run alongside the launch of a new app that invites the audience to match maths to musical fragments. The event also features a discussion on the relationship between maths and music between composer Emily Howard and mathematician Marcus du Sautoy.

The Music Of Proof: What Does Maths Sound Like? at Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM), Manchester

4 October 2017 7:30 pm
From £5

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