Registration at Rewley House rReception (for in-person attendees)
Music: the art of sounding mathematics
Marcus du Sautoy explores some of the fundamental connections between mathematics and music, taking as his starting point the famous remark by Bach’s student, Mizler, that Bach’s music was “the process of sounding mathematics”.
Music in proportion
Roy Howat discusses the ways in which composers use – consciously or unconsciously – mathematical proportions such as the Golden Section in their music.
Music and Artificial Intelligence
The composers and musicologist, Robert Laidlow, explores the artistic possibilities presented by technologies including virtual reality, video games, and artificial intelligence in the context of classical music.
What of the future?
A Q&A session with all of today's speakers, chaired by Jonathan Darnborough
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