Black Hole Symphony

Black Hole Symphony, which was penned by composer David Ibbett and is due to be performed by an orchestra at the Museum of Science in Boston, Massachusetts, blends real science into the creative mix.

The work cleverly translates cutting-edge research on black holes into an electro-symphonic score with five movements and includes visuals based on images taken by scientific instruments, including the Event Horizon Telescope, a large array made from a global network of radio telescopes, which took the first image of a black hole.

Not to be confused with "Black Hole Sun."

     Posted By: Paul - Thu Jul 21, 2022
     Category: Music | Science | Spaceflight, Astronautics, and Astronomy | Cacophony, Dissonance, White Noise and Other Sonic Assaults

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