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Music/Science Quantum: Music on the Frontier of Science

The Institute for Quantum Computing and the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony teamed up to create “Quantum: Music at the Frontier of Science” in February 2012. The innovative concert explored the history of music and quantum science over the past century through music and narrative. The standing-room-only concerts were part of the K-W Symphony’s “Intersections Series” and were held at the Conrad Centre for the Performing Arts in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.

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  • Waterloo Stories

    With music, visuals and unique “sound experiments,” the concert gives audiences a guided tour along the parallel paths taken by music and quantum science over the past century. From Mozart to Xenakis — and from Newton to Hawking — the concert explores the many unexpected intersections between music and science.

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