Moon Symphony: A musical journey through our solar system


Event schedule details

Saturday 17 June


Event location details

Room G16, Alexander Fleming Building

Imperial College London

Explore six fascinating worlds as part of a musical journey through our solar system.

A symphony where science drove the entire creative process, these musically crafted space-stories allow us to experience the secrets of the outer solar system whilst revealing the awe, wonder and beauty of the worlds it contains. Immerse yourself on a journey through the Moons Symphony with composer Amanda Lee Falkenberg, who will be joined in conversation with space scientist Prof. Mark Sephton from Imperial College London.

Explore the full range of talks from the Art of Science series

Visitor information

Book free advance tickets ahead of the Festival weekend to reserve your place at this event. There will also be drop-in spaces available on the day.

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