Date: Saturday 29 September, 2018
Duration: 1.5 hours + Interval
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Embark on a breathtaking expedition and follow in the footsteps of Robert Falcon Scott’s ill-fated Terra Nova expedition. Discover the fascinating science behind glaciology, climatology and superhuman endurance with sensational sounds from the Sheffield Rep. Orchestra, stunning new visuals by Human, and insights from world-leading experts.
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In partnership with Festival of the Mind and Classical Sheffield
We are grateful to the support of the Sheffield Town Trust for providing funds for this event.
Vaughan Williams Symphony No. 7 'Sinfonia Antartica'
Professor Grant Bigg, Dr Joanna Buckley, Dr Julie Jones, Dr Jeremy Ely speakers
Stewart Campbell artistic director
George Morton conductor
Andrea Tweedale soprano
Sheffield Rep. Orchestra
Visuals by Human