A quantum music conference will take place at the Serbian Academy of Arts and Sciences (SANU) in Belgrade on 21st and 22nd March.
The conference will assemble some of the most renowned quantum physicists of today, musicians, musicologists and composers.
There will be lectures on a variety of topics that link quantum physics and music. The conference guests include Vlatko Vedral, a professor at Oxford University and one of the most famous quantum physicists of today, Klaus Mølmer, a professor at Aarhus University and one of Denmark’s best digital quantum physicists, the Danish composer Kim Helweg, Andrew Garner, a post-doctoral research fellow at the Centre for Quantum Technologies in Singapore, as well as local lecturers, and the initiators of the Quantum Music project, Dragan Novkovic and LP Duo.
The Belgrade audiences will be given the opportunity to listen about how to live in the quantum world, quantum vibrations of atoms and ichthyosauruses, how much quantum music can bring us to absolute beauty, the embodiment of quantum duality through the interpretation of music in the piano duet and many other topics that they deal with the understanding of the world around us through the vision and hearing of quantum physics. You can find more about the program here. The entrance is free.
The Quantum Music Project combines world music, new scientific technologies and quantum physics, and is presented in several European cities (The Hague, Ljubljana, Aarhus, Copenhagen, and Belgrade). On this occasion, the LP Duo – pianists Sonja Loncar and Andrija Pavlovic – will play quantum music on the hybrid pianos.
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