Fermilab's next installment of 'Neutrino Music' premieres today

  • Soprano Beth Sterling will perform the premiere of composer David Ibbett's next installment of "Neutrino Music" on Tuesday, Dec. 8.

    Soprano Beth Sterling will perform the premiere of composer David Ibbett's next installment of "Neutrino Music" on Tuesday, Dec. 8. Courtesy of Multiverse Series

 
Submitted by Fermilab Art & Lecture Series
Updated 12/8/2020 1:36 PM

On Tuesday, Dec. 8, the Fermilab Arts & Lecture Series and Multiverse Concert Series will present "Neutrino Music: A Composer's Journey," an interwoven evening of talks and performances from composer David Ibbett's ongoing Neutrino Music project.

The program will begin at 7:30 p.m. (Central) via Zoom.

 

It is free but registration is required at tix5.centerstageticketing.com/sites/fermilab6/events.php.

Fortunate to visit the lab before the lockdown, Ibbett has been composing and performing works remotely to celebrate the ongoing research of Fermilab.

Together with Bonnie Fleming of MicroBooNE, the composer will discuss his inspirations and techniques for translating neutrino science into sound through a variety of sonification methods.

The evening will culminate with the world premiere of the latest installment of "Neutrino Music" from soprano soloist Beth Sterling, together with a selection of pieces from "Octave of Light," their debut album of exoplanet music released this November.

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Celebrate science, sound and discovery for this special event and world premiere!

To learn more about the Multiverse Series, visit www.multiverseseries.org.

Have you ever wondered what science sounds like? Join Multiverse Concert Series' team of scientists, artists and musicians to explore our world and beyond through evocative discussion, immersive music, and mind-bending art.

Listen to world-renowned researchers from a variety of scientific and research fields share their insights from a firsthand perspective, while celebrating the beauty of life through musical and artistic expression.

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