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Superstrings a Musical Journey through Time and Space

You probably knew that Einstein was a great scientist, but did you also know that he played the violin? In this unique double act a virtuoso violinist and the head of the department of particle physics at Oxford University combine the electricity of a live musical performance with an insight into the deepest corners of the Universe. The lecture explores Einstein’s life both in science and in music, from his theories that shaped space and time, to modern ideas in particle physics.


You probably knew that Einstein was a great scientist, but did you also know that he played the violin? In this unique double act a virtuoso violinist and the head of the department of particle physics at Oxford University combine the electricity of a live musical performance with an insight into the deepest corners of the Universe. The lecture explores Einstein’s life both in science and in music, from his theories that shaped space and time, to modern ideas in particle physics.


Speaker(s):

Professor Brian Foster | talks
Jack Liebeck | talks

 

Date and Time:

18 May 2007 at 5:00 pm

Duration:

2 hours

 

Venue:

Science Oxford Live
1-5 London Place
Oxford
OX4 1BD
01865 810000
http://www.scienceoxfordlive.com

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Tickets:

£6.50/4.50

Available from:

The Oxford Playhouse on 01865 305305

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