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Quantum to Cosmos: Quantifying Goethe

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A performance by Penderecki String Quartet, Roman Vorys, and David Earle at Perimeter Institute’s Quantum to Cosmos festival. Foreword by Gino Segre.Examining the influence of Wolfgang von Goethe on literature, music, and science with the world premiere of award-winning composer Kotoka Suzuki s Quantum Quartet for the Penderecki String Quartet, plus interactive video, dancers, and a quantum computer!

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