Rutherford’s Lights: an Adventure in Sound and Science Edward Cowie
|Dates:||23 October 2010|
|Times:||18:00 - 18:00|
|What is it:||Music concert|
|Organiser:||Martin Harris Centre|
|How much:||FREE but advance booking is essential. To book your ticket, please contact the Martin Harris Centre Box Office|
Richard Casey - piano
Imagine a ‘light show’ in sound! Conjure the possibility of all those black and white keys being transformed into all the colours and effects of a rainbow; of water and light shattering and of making a piano sound iridescent. From start to finish, Rutherford’s Lights is music that does just that and more!
This concert forms part of the Manchester Science Festival which is an annual nine-day, multi-venue festival. It is Manchester’s premier event for public engagement with science and engineering, promoting the region’s rich heritage of past scientific achievements and endeavours.
Rutherford Lights forms part of the Manchester Science Festival which is an annual nine-day, multi-venue festival.
FREE but advance booking is essential.
Price: FREE but advance booking is essential. To book your ticket, please contact the Martin Harris Centre Box Office
Travel and Contact Information
The Cosmo Rodewald Concert Hall
Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama