Multiverse Concert Series: Unfolding Life has been postponed until June 9th at 7:30pm in recognition of #BlackoutTuesday
Multiverse is an interdisciplinary concert and event series combining music and science in live performance. After a sold-out smash performance of Hidden Worlds at the Charles Hayden Planetarium in the Fall, the Museum of Science teams up with Multiverse Concert Series once again, this time for a special virtual live stream event featuring excerpts from Hidden Worlds and more!
All around us, yet still a mysterious phenomenon: life remains a source of wonder to scientists and artists alike. Through a live performance of lecture and music, join us to ask - how does life organize itself here on earth? What are its roots in chemistry and the spontaneous patterns of nature? And how might life present itself on another world?
Experience the Multiverse Concert Series in your homes for one night only.
Scientists: Fluids Researcher Irmgard Bischofberger of MIT, Cell Biologist Alexey Veraksa of UMass Boston, Astrobiologist Janusz Petkowski of MIT
Performers: Soprano Beth Sterling, Dancer Meg Anderson, Composer + Pianist David Ibbett
This program is free thanks to the generosity of the Lowell Institute.
If you enjoy the Museum of Science’s presentation of Multiverse Concert Series: Unfolding Life, please visit mos.org/sciencematters to support #MOSatHome