Roundtable on Quantum Music at NUS CFA

Come join us for the Roundtable on Quantum Music which will be
3pm - 5pm on Thursday 23 March 2017 
at UCC Level 3 Conference Room, University Cultural Centre. 
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At the roundtable, we will be meeting the pianists and scientists from The Quantum Music Project to discuss the technological and musical challenges of their project, lessons learned from this collaboration between music and science, and the future implications for quantum physics and music. Proceedings of the roundtable will be published by NUS Centre for the Arts.
(Event page for their performance at the NUS Arts Festival

About The Quantum Music Project 

Acclaimed pianists, musicologists and engineers in Europe have collaborated with researchers from the Centre for Quantum Technologies to develop hybrid piano instruments that explore the interface of music and quantum physics. With pianos modified to make sound behave like quantum waves, creating new musical possibilities, LP Duo will give a performance that makes the quantum physics wonder-space an audible experience.
The Quantum Music Project (  is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. Its ultimate goal is to create music from and play to the quantum vibrations of particles themselves.

About the performers, LP Duo

Pianists Sonja Loncar and Andrija Pavlovic founded LP Duo in 2004. It has since become one of the most successful European chamber ensembles. As solo musicians and piano duo members, they have won over 30 awards at international music competitions. LP Duo was announced as one of the eight best piano duos on the globe at the biggest world competition Miami Dranoff Two pianos, in Florida, USA and has performed at prestigious concert halls and festivals over the Europe and in USA, including at the Carnegie Hall in 2014.

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