10 October 2016Time: 7:00 - 11:00pm
Venue: Barts Pathology Museum, 3rd Floor, Robin Crook Centre, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, West Smith eld, EC1A 7BE
What does music intend to mean and provoke? What does it mean to you? How differently do we react and respond to music based on circumstance and what we know about it? How does it affect our emotions?
This event draws you, the listener, proactively into some highly evocative music from a variety of perspectives. Some you will know about, some you will learn about, and some you will discover from different viewpoints. We want to know what ‘emotions’ are provoked within you. We can only tell you that one of the works will be by Claude Debussy. Be prepared for magical musical surprises!
To guide us in our journey, outstanding musicians Lisa Nelsen (flute), David le Page (violin/viola) and Eleanor Turner (harp) are joined by Austrian musicologist and psychologist Dr Marie Louise Herzfeld Schild.
Ticket Prices: £7 [FULL], £3 [STUDENTS]
Music at QMUL in cooperation with Centre for the History Emotions.
Supported by QMUL’s Centre for Public Engagement