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* *Date:* 10 Feb, 2016
* *Presenter:* Dr Emily Howard
* *Title:* Orbits: Mathematics Meets Music
* *Audience:* Year 11 up
* *Venue:* John Foster Building, lecture theatre JF/G01, Liverpool John Moores University, 80-98 Mount Pleasant, Liverpool L3 5UZ
NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE --- THIS IS TO HAVE ACCESS TO A LARGER LECTURE THEATRE
The nearest public carpark is on Mount Pleasant,
There is also a University of Liverpool visitors' carpark on opposite the Metropolitan Cathedral on Mount Pleasant. It is marked P 14 on the map
* *Contact:* Peter Giblin, firstname.lastname@example.org
| IMG:Emily_Howard.jpg | Composer Emily Howard (Leverhulme Artist in Residence 2015, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Liverpool) _ _ http://www.liv.ac.uk/mathematical-sciences/artist-in-residence/ |
Emily says: I’m a composer. I write music and I like to take inspiration for my music from mathematics. Recently I have been collaborating with mathematician Lasse Rempe-Gillen at the University of Liverpool and I will talk about how I created musical works ‘Leviathan’ and ‘Orbits’ in response to Lasse’s own current research in dynamical systems. The talk will feature video footage of musical performances by virtuoso Paris-based duo scapegoat and conversations with Lasse about the mathematics behind the music.
NO TICKETS FOR THIS LECTURE. ALL ARE WELCOME. STUDENTS OF ALL AGES ARE FREE, ALSO MEMBERS OF LivMS ARE FREE. OTHERS £3 AT THE DOOR.