"I think we've found the perfect formula for a summer evening - hot
sounds and cool science.
Each ScienceROCKS! evening focuses on a different music-themed topic and explores it through a scientific lens:
•Memory & Musicexplores the link between music and memory. How is it we can remember a song we learned when we were eight years old but can't remember what we had for lunch three days ago?
•Just the Hitsconsiders what makes chart-toppers so catchy. Why do parts of certain songs - called earworms - continue to play in our heads long after we've heard them?
•New Technology & Making Musicshowcases technological advances in music. How does new technology affect the musical experience?
Each ScienceROCKS! evening covers the gamut: from musical performances to DJs spinning hits, and from interactive science experiments to party games like Name That Tune to ensure the experience is as entertaining as it is enlightening. ScienceROCKS! is a great option for an affordable, engaging and - most importantly - fun evening out in
In addition to innovative programming, ScienceROCKS! provides a unique
opportunity for attendees to discover The Science of Rock 'N' Roll, an exhibition that explores how science and technology have impacted
the evolution of rock and influenced how we make, listen to and share
music. With cutting-edge technology and seven areas to explore, this
exhibition has something for everyone - science and music lovers alike.
Advance tickets are now available for
About The Science of Rock 'N' Roll
Behind the power and phenomenon of rock and roll lies an entire world that remains hidden and unseen. How do you explain rock 'n' roll? What delivers its unique sound? And how do compositions come together that compel us to hang on to their every note? How has rock 'n' roll influenced sociocultural and political movements — and vice versa? What technologies have spurred the development of rock and roll and conversely, what technological innovations has rock 'n' roll inspired? All that, and more, is explored in The Science of Rock 'N' Roll. To learn more, visit www.scienceofrock.com.
Product Partner: Long & McQuade Musical Instruments
The Science of Rock 'N' Roll is organized by
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