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Sing a song of tiny

Run time: 14:00 – 15:00
 

Musicians and singers find inspiration from all over the place, including the microscopic world of science. The South Devon Singers and their musical director, David Haines – the world's first science festival songwriter-in-residence, have been inspired by all things tiny and want to share with you their passionate love songs to atoms, bacteria, Matabele ants, and the wood-wide web.
 

Join them on a choral journey through the emptiness of an atom and the tango of cells in the circulatory system. Let your ears be filled with the musically spiky account of a single particle of light and meditate lyrically on Earth's insignificance at the cosmic scale.
 

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9 September 2023 - 14:00
Exeter Phoenix - Auditorium, Exeter City Centre

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