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On Friday, June 10, at 7:00 p.m. Manos Stratis, a student of the contemporary performance program (production concentration), will present his culminating experience project “Music Beyond Entertainment '' at the Teatro de la Ciencia of the Museu de les Ciències in Valencia.
"Physicists have studied the qualities of sound, the importance of standing waves and resonance in music. Mathematicians proposed the first Pythagorean proportions of consonant sounds and geometric progression of the balanced scale. Medicine and neuroscience investigated the anatomy and physiology of the auditory system. Scientific advances, such as electricity and electronics, have enabled the creation of instruments to record and reproduce music while preserving sound quality" - Exhibition 'PLAY'.
Following this precise illustration of scientists, and in order to discover different aspects of music and sound, Stratis and his jazz quintet want to create a space where the audience has the opportunity to experience, explore, and understand music and its infinite possibilities.
The show, which will combine contemporary jazz with world musics and improvisation, will be divided into three acts. Each of them will represent a different social stage and will examine the socio-political contributions of music to that time. During the show, the audience will have the chance to participate, assuming the role of scientists who discover the importance of music and sound on each stage.
Tickets are free but reservations are required to access the seating area. You can book your tickets by registering here.