8:00PM - 10:00PM
£10/£6 (Under 25's)
Night Music Series/NI Science Festival
Composer Deirdre Gribbin & geneticist Dr. Sarah Teichmann’s yearlong collaboration at the MRC Laboratory for Molecular Biology (Cambridge) resulted in the string quartet ‘Hearing Your Genes Evolve’. This performance and lecture creates a new form of dialogue between music, science and audience, illuminating the ever-changing nature of what makes us.
This is the first concert in the Night Music Chamber series presented by Moving on Music and Belfast Music Society, in partnership with the NI Science Festival.
The performance and talk will be followed by a Q&A with the artists.
In collaboration with Moving on Music
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