SANTA FE, N.M. — The entire country may soon be able to hear from two Santa Fe organizations about why math may be behind the love of music.
“The Majesty of Music & Mathematics,” originally performed in November 2013, was part of an ongoing series with the Santa Fe Symphony and the Santa Fe Institute, the renowned multi-disciplinary think tank headquartered in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains foothills. The groups have teamed up with New Mexico PBS to tape a condensed and altered version of the original show.
The Lensic Performing Arts Center will host the filming June 19 and it will be open to the public. The $5 tickets have sold out.
In addition to the symphony’s performance, the PBS special will also cut to various mathematics demonstrations using musical instruments to better explain the music/math connections, something that was originally part of the on-stage show, but will be moved to a studio for the PBS special.