between science and music. 400 years after the publication of “Saggiatore”, the Galileo Museum and the Cherubini Conservatory propose “Musical Orbits 2023. Around Galileo”: an original series of concerts that presents the world premiere of a series of works inspired by Galileo’s treatises born of the work and inspiration of the youth of the conservatory. Inspired by the famous thesis, Professors Antonio Galante and Luciano Garossi prepared with the students of the Department of Theory, Analysis, Composition and Orientation a repertoire dedicated to the great scientist, in addition to proposing a path through the astronomical systems of Ptolemy and Copernicus, passing from the new picture of the universe to the music attached to the name “Galileo”. The second appointment is tomorrow at 11 o’clock, in the Sala Righini-Bonelli of the Museum, in Piazza dei Giudici 1. The Cherubini Contemporary Music Ensemble will perform Discovering by Stefano Giannarelli and Galileo and Her Truth by Luis Corpas Zambrana. The museum’s exhibition halls will be sounded to create a dialogue with scientific instruments. Participation is free for those with a museum ticket; Reservations are recommended on 055265311.
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