The science: Can mathematics explain the brain? Professor Alain Goriely definitely thinks it’s worth trying. The music: In this cantata, Bach imagines going to a wedding.
The very special launch of the Autumn issue of Poetry London features live readings from Lucy Mercer, Mona Arshi, Clore Prize judge Sasha Dugdale and the three winners of the 2019 Prize, and Poet Laureate Simon Armitage.
The science: Learn about quantum biology – the role quantum mechanics plays in biological processes. The music: This cantata is one for horn fans, with a prominent natural horn complementing the soprano singer.
At a time when extraordinary women poets are lighting up the face of contemporary poetry, Poet in the City invites you to the launch of an ambitious project painting the foundations for a new female legacy.
Classic Album Sundays founder and BBC 6music host Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy will be joined by EFG London Jazz Festival artist in residence Terri Lyne Carrington on Sunday November 17th at Kings Place to take in an in depth look at one of Terri’s favourite albums, Nina Simone Black Gold.
The science: Could computers put composers out of job? The music: To mark the start of Advent, the Orchestra plays one of Bach’s Christmas cantatas, full of anticipation for the big day.