Thanks to Marguerite Paget for sending in details on this exciting upcoming event!
Music meets Physics in one of the oldest astronomical observatories in Japan.
In a project 2 years in the making Yannick Paget explores general relativity theory with the musicians of N’SO KYOTO and physicist Koji Hashimoto!!!
The first movement of this new large-scale musical project will have three performances this weekend.
Yannick Paget: composition, conducting, percussion and electronics.
Koji Hashimoto: physicist, adviser
Takayuki Fujimoto/Kinsei R&D: lighting
Mami Nakamura: clarinets
Mikio Kawahara: euphonium
Mayuko Ishigami: Violin
William Prunkl: cello
Date｜2022. 5/27. 5/28. 5/29.
Start｜19:30 (doors open at 19:00)
Venue｜Kwasan Observatory, Kyoto
Ticket includes bus transportation｜
Adults: ¥3500 / Students: ¥2500 / Under 15 years old: free!!
＊The venue capacity is limited. Please purchase your ticket online in advance
🎫Ticket purchase: https://relativity-nsokyoto.peatix.com/
A round-trip shuttle bus will run from Okazaki Parking Lot to the venue.
Departure at 18:45 (accessible from 18:30) from Okazaki Parking Lot (Sakuranobaba-dori / Reisen-dori)
Arrival at Kwasan Observatory at 19:00
Departure from Kwasan Observatory at 20:45
Arrival at Okazaki Parking lot at 21:00
Alternative access to Kwasan Observatory:
〒607-8471 Kyoto, Yamashina Ward, Kitakazanominecho, 17 Kyoto University Hanayama.
5 minutes by taxi from Keage or 20 minutes from Kyoto Station
More details are available here: Consciousness
For more information please contact: info(a)nsokyoto.art