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Brian Cox and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra are going on a date

by Paul Cashmere on March 5, 2019

in News

Physicist Professor Brian Cox is joining the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra for two shows.

The special ‘A Symphonic Universe’ event will feature Professor Cox taking the audience on a journey through space and time to discuss “the human struggle against our finite existence in an infinite universe”.

The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra will premiere ‘A Brief History In Time’, a tribute to Professor Stephen Hawking. Professor Cox will talk about music and scientific milestones.

How this all fits together, well we’ll find out in November.

Brian Cox: A Symphonic Universe
Saturday 16 November 7.30pm – SELLING FAST
Sunday 17 November 4pm – NEW CONCERT
Arts Centre Melbourne, Hamer Hall

As for Brian’s music credentials? Well he was the keyboard player in D:Ream and had this 1992 hit ‘Things Can Only Get Better’.

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