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Live from the Barbican: The Cosmos with Professor Brian Cox

When
Sunday December 13, 2020 at 20:00
Available online until
Tuesday December 15, 2020
Where
Barbican Hall, London
Tickets
£12.50 (watch online), £20 (watch in person)
Book Online
No tickets "at the door"
  1. 3rd movement: Allegro molto, from Symphony No 5 - Jean Sibelius, arranged by Iain Farrington
  2. The Unanswered Question - Charles Ives
  3. 1st movement, from Symphony No 10 - Gustav Mahler, arranged for chamber orchestra by Michelle Castelletti

Join one of the world’s pre-eminent physicists for a mind-bending musical voyage through space and time, set to a soundtrack inspired by the great unknowns of the Universe. What does it mean to live small, finite lives in an infinite Universe? Prepare to confront some of the biggest questions of them all: questions of life, death, and the very meaning of our existence. Cox draws on spectacular imagery and discoveries from 21st century cosmology to begin to provide some answers, while Dalia Stasevska conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra in works by composers who grappled with these same questions through their music.


Venue
Barbican Hall
Silk Street
London
London
EC2Y 8DS
England
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