Bach, the Universe and Everything

Marvel at our extraordinary universe and the beauty of classical music with our Sunday series for inquiring and curious minds. Each month, experience some of Bach’s greatest music and a ground-breaking talk from the world of science. With a bit of communal singing and conversation, it’s a place where you can bond with music lovers and unravel the mysteries of our universe. Feel invigorated, energised and inspired for the week ahead – there is no better way to start your Sunday.
"Bach is like an astronomer who, with the help of ciphers, finds the most wonderful stars."
Frederic Chopin
Can Bacterium Compute?

Can Bacterium Compute?

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This concert will now take place on our YouTube channel at 11:30am BST

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Voice Doctor

Voice Doctor

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This Sunday we perform Bach's Cantata BWV 9 about healing, followed by a secular sermon from the ‘Voice Doctor’ Dr Declan Costello on the mysterious world of vocal anatomy.

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Who we are in VR

Who we are in VR

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Bach's BWV 138; often described as one of his most experimental and modern cantatas, drawing upon the conflicting feelings of anxiety from the unknown. #Relatable.

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The Time Traveller

The Time Traveller

London, Kings Place

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Schooled by Randomness

Schooled by Randomness

London, Kings Place

In this Bach, the Universe and Everything, we take a look at how random obstacles and frustrations can inspire us to be more creative.

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The Creativity Code

The Creativity Code

London, Kings Place

Our Sunday morning music and science series connects Bach's cantatas with artificial intelligence, with Professor Marcus du Sautoy from the University of Oxford. 

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The Creativity Code

The Creativity Code

Oxford, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford

Our Sunday music and science series connects Bach's cantatas with artificial intelligence, with Professor Marcus du Sautoy from the University of Oxford. 

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