Wednesday 7th August, 2019
People often say that Maths and Music go together. Accompanied by UTS’s Ensemble-in-residence, the Australian Piano Quartet, Tony Dooley explored this idea from the point of view of a practising mathematician. How does harmonic analysis lie in both areas? And what did J.S. Bach mean when he titled his 48 preludes and fugues “For the well-tempered clavier”?
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We hope attendees enjoyed listening to some remarkable music spanning three centuries which brings to life the many synergies between the two areas, in the spectacular acoustic of the Vicki Sara Building at UTS. The Australian Piano Quartet will perform: J. S BACH Cello Suite in G major No.1 BMV 1007 Paul HINDEMITH Sonata for solo viola (1937) J. S BACH Trio Sonata in G Major BMV 1027.
UTS Science in Focus is a free public lecture series showcasing the latest research from prominent UTS scientists and researchers.