Thursday, May 05, 2022 7:00p -

Museum of Science, Boston
1 Science Park
Boston, MA 02114

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Innovation, Lectures & Conferences, Music, Performing Arts

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Multiverse Concert Series presents an international collaboration with the Curie Institute of Paris in a groundbreaking live concert of music and science.

Within the nucleus of a cell, our DNA must fit into a space 200,000 smaller than in its unwrapped state. The shape of our DNA dictates the activity level of different genes, and failure to properly regulate these genes may cause diseases like cancer. Over the course of an evening, guest presenters from the Marie Curie Institute, as well as Harvard University and MIT, will share their recent research with an audience, interwoven with live chamber music directly inspired by the motions and rhythms of the living genome.

Institut Curie, France’s leading cancer center, combines an internationally renowned research center with a cutting-edge hospital group that treats all types of cancer, including the rarest. Founded in 1909 by Marie Curie, Institut Curie employs more than 3,700 researchers, physicians, and health professionals across three sites (Paris, Saint-Cloud, and Orsay), working on its three missions: treatment, research, and teaching. A private foundation with public utility status, Institut Curie is authorized to receive donations and legacies, and thanks to the support of its donors, is able to make discoveries more quickly, improving treatments and quality of life for patients. www.curie.fr


Juventas New Music Ensemble
• Wolcott Humphrey, Clarinet
• Lu Yu, Viola
• Minjin Chung, Cello
• Julia Scott Carey, Piano
• Tom Schmidt, Percussion

Research by:
• Amir Bitran, Harvard University
• Leonid Mirny, MIT, Boston
• Angela Taddei, Institut Curie, Paris
• Judith Miné-Hattab, Institut Curie, Paris

Music by:
• Alexdrandra DuBois
• Amir Bitran
• Emmanuel Hieaux
• David Ibbett

This program is supported through the generosity of the Barbara and Malcolm L. Sherman Fund for Adult Programs.


COVID-19 Protocols

As we prepare to welcome you back on-site and into our theaters for our 2022 SubSpace season, we are taking every step to keep our collaborators, speakers, artists, staff, and audiences safe. Measures we have implemented include:

• In accordance with the current City-wide vaccination requirement, you must show proof of vaccination against COVID-19 to enter the Museum. Please see our Visitor Code of Conduct for details.

• All audience members must wear a mask whenever inside the Museum and our theater spaces. Reduced seating capacities in all theater spaces to allow for more social distancing

• Increased cleaning frequency of high-touch surfaces and spaces Enhanced operations and maintenance of our heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems, including utilizing higher efficiency air filters and increasing the introduction of fresh air through our ventilation systems.

• Implemented a mandatory Museum vaccination policy for all staff and volunteers. Details can be found here: https://www.mos.org/press/press-releases/Museum-of-Science-Vaccine-Employee-Policy

The Museum of Science will continue to monitor and follow CDC, state and city guidelines and communicate changes to the above protocol to ticket holders in advance of each program. All these policies are subject to change and guests who do not comply with the Museum policies will not be admitted into a program nor receive a refund.

Please visit our website for the most up-to date policies and protocols: https://www.mos.org/visit/code-of-conduct

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