“Without contraries is no progression. Attraction and repulsion, reason and energy, love and hate, are necessary to human existence”
Science and art tell us that the universe is paradoxical, Chemistry explored multiple interactions between music and dance in performance at Weston Auditorium collaboration with the University of Hertfordshire’s MSc Music Composition for Film & Media course in 8 interconnected parts: Certain Forms-Play-Combine-Break-Breathe-Create Lifeforms-Chemistry-Inexact Science.
The project also involved clarinettist Kate Romano performing Richard Causton’s ‘Two Pieces for Two Clarinets’ live with a duet for dancers Natacha Bisarre, Grégoire A. Meyer.
This piece seen here performed at Ashwell School
Supported by Arts Council for North Hertfordshire