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For the love of Music! (And all the Physics behind it...)
Organised By IOP West Midlands Branch
Tags #Music #Culture-history-and-society #Art-and-science #Acoustics #Mathematical-physics #Instrumentation-and-measurement #WestMidlands #WestMidsBranch #West-Midlands #Wolverhampton #IOPBranchEvents #Evening-Lecture
December 18, 2019
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Music resonates with the deepest roots of our human nature
Understanding what defines Music is to explain how the sounds that we hear must be structured in order to feel "good" and what it is that makes us as people able to enjoy them
As such, this is a question ideally put to a physicist, whose explorations can add a new dimension to the appreciation of Music for everybody with an interest in either science and/or art
del Valle will unravel the physics and maths that explain what makes Music, in a festive presentation that will be using several instruments and some talents from the audience!
Address
University of Wolverhampton
Wulfruna St, Room MA030
Wolverhampton
United kingdom
WV1 1LY
Link: For the love of Music! (And all the Physics behind it...)

IOP Pub Quiz Preston
Organised By IOP Lancashire and Cumbria
Tags #Preston #Lancashire #Pub #Quiz #Cumbria #UCLan #PubQuiz #Free #IOPBranchEvents #LancashireAndCumbriaBranch
November 28, 2019
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Come along and join us for our first ever Pub Quiz in Preston! We've got loads of questions lined up that will test everyone's knowledge of science, film, Music and more
Address
The Roper Hall
Friargate
Preston
PR1 2EE
Link: IOP Pub Quiz Preston

Fireworks - Real Science or Just Bangs? A Lecture by Matthew Tosh
Organised By The Thomas Hardye School (with the IOP)
Tags #SouthWest #SouthWestBranch #IOPBranchEvents #Fireworks #Dorchester #Dorset
November 11, 2019
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Not only will you see how pyrotechnicians create colours, sound effects and perfectly timed bursts in time to Music, but you'll also get an insight into the planning that is required to put on a live event, including how we cope with the British weather
Address
The Thomas Hardye School
Queens Ave
Dorchester
Dorset
DT1 2ET
Link: Fireworks - Real Science or Just Bangs? A Lecture by Matthew Tosh

The Festival of Physics
Organised By IOP Scotland
Tags #Festival #Scotland #Physics #Edinburgh #IOPBranchEvents #IOPScotland
October 25, 2019
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On the 25 – 27 October, step into a world where Music, art and gaming meet incredible science in hands-on workshops and installations for all ages
Shows, talks and workshops for wee ones: Circus physics To the Moon! The glimmering glowing reflecting refracting moving and magical illumination show Small Stories tent Make your own juggling balls Ultraviolet moon tent Airheads And for everyone else: Physics ceilidh The Cabaret of Dangerous Ideas Data science and the moon landings Tour the ATLAS Experiment Underground; live from CERN! Atom Brewery beer menu Hivetone: an interactive Music installation The search for gravitational waves eXitune: a video game full of physics And (almost) infinitely more!   Full details and the event schedule are online at  www
Address
Dynamic Earth
Holyrood Rd
Edinburgh
Scotland
EH8 8AS
Link: The Festival of Physics

The tiniest possible sound
Organised By IOP West Midlands Branch
Tags #Quantum #Quantum-mechanics #Quantum-optics #Acoustics #Advanced-materials #phonon, #Oxford #WestMidlands #WestMidsBranch #West-Midlands #Wolverhampton #IOP #Evening-Lecture
October 2, 2019
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Our sensorial perception of vibrations, sound, has shaped our relationship with Nature and within ourselves, propelling our evolution through the ability to speak and ultimately leading to one of the oldest and most sophisticated forms of artistic expression: Music
Address
University of Wolverhampton
City Campus, Wulfruna building
Wulfruna street
Wolverhampton
West Midlands
United Kingdom
WV1 1LY
Link: The tiniest possible sound

The Music of Stars
Organised By Newcastle Astronomical Society and IOP North East Branch
Tags #Astronomy-and-space #Astronomy #Stars-and-solar-physics #Brunsden #NorthEast #Newcastle #NorthEastBranch #IOPBranch
September 19, 2019
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Summerhill Bowlind Club
Winchester Terrace
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE4 6EH
Link: The Music of Stars

Why does a Brass Instrument Sound Brassy? The Shocking Truth Revealed!
Organised By IOP West Midlands Branch
Tags #IOPBranchevents #Physics #@Physicsnews #WestMidsBranch #Worcester #IOPHWC
May 1, 2019
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Murray Campbell University of Edinburgh Musical wind instruments are conventionally divided into two families, the woodwinds and the brasses
Murray Campbell is Professor of Musical Acoustics in the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Edinburgh
His main research activity is concerned with different aspects of the acoustical and Musical behaviour of wind instruments
Work is also in progress on acoustical studies of historic wind instruments, making use of the rich resources of the University of Edinburgh’s Collection of Historic Musical Instruments
Murray Campbell is Co-ordinator of the UK Musical Acoustics Network, Co-chair of the Technical Committee for Musical Acoustics of the European Acoustics Association, and Associate Editor for Acta Acustica united with Acustica
He is Musical Director of the Edinburgh Renaissance Band, the Scottish Gabrieli Ensemble and the Linton Singers
Address
University of Worcester, St John's Campus
RoomEEG089(tobeconfirmed)
Worcester
Worcestershire
United Kingdom
WR2 6AJ
Link: Why does a Brass Instrument Sound Brassy? The Shocking Truth Revealed!

To the Moon and Back
Organised By IOP Scotland
Tags #Apollo #Moon #Physics #Astrophysics #Culture #Music #Edinburgh #Scotland #Lecture #Talk #Space #Adults #IOPBigData
April 23, 2019
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In celebration of this year’s fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, the Institute of Physics presents an evening of talks, Music and conversation exploring one of humankind’s greatest achievements – travelling to the Moon
Address
The Voodoo Rooms
19aWestRegisterStreet
Edinburgh
United Kingdom
EH2 2AA
Link: To the Moon and Back

Visit to the Musical Museum, Kew
Organised By Retired Members Section: London and South East Branch
Tags #REMS #RetiredMembers #LondonSouthEast #Music
March 28, 2019
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75 to £25  Our private tour of the Musical Museum's collection will focus on how the instruments work and the technologies
The museum includes: Wurlitzer organ that rises from the pit in a specially designed concert hall  collection of self-playing pianos orchestrations pipe organs violin players a climate-controlled roll library of over 20,000 Music rolls a workshop concert hall cafe with views of the river Timetable 10
Address
399 High St, Brentford TW8 0DU
Link: Visit to the Musical Museum, Kew