A Chemistry of MusicActivity by Jenny Rodgers | added on Nov 15, 2011 | United Kingdom
Sponsor(s): Royal Society of Chemistry Edinburgh and South East Scotland Local Section
The Hebrides Ensemble perform an evening of music to celebrate International Year of Chemistry 2011. The programme includes works by Beethoven and Borodin, plus a new work by Scottish composer Julian Wagstaff commissioned especially for the occasion by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
A Chemistry of Music, Canongate Kirk, Edinburgh
8pm, 12th December 2011
The Hebrides Ensemble perform an evening of music to celebrate International Year of Chemistry 2011. The Scottish composer Julian Wagstaff has been specially commissioned by the Royal Society of Chemistry Edinburgh and South East Scotland Local Section to write a new piece of music inspired by the chemistry in the local area.
1) Ludwig van Beethoven: Piano Trio in B-flat major, Op. 11
2) Alexander Borodin: Cello Sonata in B minor
3) Julian Wagstaff: A new work for clarinet, cello and piano, as yet untitled
Tickets: £6.00 (£3.00 concessions) from the Queen's Hall box office tel. 0131 668 2019
or can be booked online at http://www.chemistryofmusic.co.uk
This is a unique chance to come spend an evening celebrating chemistry through music!
|Topic:||celebrating chemistry, concert||Audience:||general public, students, professional chemists, research scientists, school children, industrial chemists, post graduate students|