November 25, 2020

I, Science

The science magazine of Imperial College

music

Night has fallen on the Grant Museum of Zoology, the doors are closed and the museum staff have gone home,...

With the help of the audience, presenters Tom Service and Sarah Walker and ‘Why Music?’ resident experts Victoria Williamson and...

Chris Watson is one of the world’s most celebrated wildlife sound recordists. Using both his own surround sound field recordings...

Music psychologist Victoria Williamson is joined by principle players of Aurora Orchestra for a concert and talk showing how music...

Andrew McGregor is joined by psychologist Lauren Stewart and composer and pianist Neil Brand to explore the neurological basis of...

Tom Service presents a programme featuring soloists from the Aurora Orchestra, including world premieres from three young composers on the...

Julian Joseph presents a programme featuring musicians interacting with technology and finds out how well synthetically produced music and improvisation...

Tom Service and ‘Why Music?’ resident experts Victoria Williamson and Philip Ball draw together some of the big themes of...

Claudia Hammond talks to Professor David Hargreaves about the ways in which music can influence the brain from a neurological...

Max Reinhardt presents artists including Mara Carlyle, Afrikan Boy, Ghostpoet and Dave Okumu, performing original compositions from the Body of...

In Radio 3’s popular ‘Drivetime’ show the irrepressible Sean Rafferty asks ‘Why Music?’ with a lively mix of performance and...

2 min read

Arts Experiment 2.0 was full of fun, thrills and variety; from fire jugglers to bagpipers, but slightly lacking in actual...

3 min read

Armand Leroi is not your average Professor of Evolutionary Developmental Biology. As a scientist, his expertise lies in tiny worms...