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Nature’s Music

Wednesday, June 21, 7-8:30 p.m.

The Rocket Room, 272 Water St.

Tuckamore Festival and MUN School of Music present Nature’s Music. How does nature shape music? Artists, musicians and architects have always looked to nature for inspiration. Join MUN School of Music’s Dr. Joe Argentino as he explores how natural cycles such as the Fibonacci series and the overtone series appear in and shape works of great beauty: from flower petals, to the Pantheon, to Debussy’s “Sunken Cathedral” prelude, to the newest composition by St. John’s own Andrew Staniland. Free admission | Refreshments Please note: patrons with limited mobility may enter the Rocket Room from Duckworth Street, using the gravel lot across from The Sprout. www.tuckamorefestival.ca

Presented by Tuckamore Festival and Music at Memorial

Event Listing 2017-06-21 19:00:00 2017-06-21 20:30:00 America/St_Johns Nature’s Music Tuckamore Festival and MUN School of Music present Nature’s Music. How does nature shape music? Artists, musicians and architects have always looked to nature for inspiration. Join MUN School of Music’s Dr. Joe Argentino as he explores how natural cycles such as the Fibonacci series and the overtone series appear in and shape works of great beauty: from flower petals, to the Pantheon, to Debussy’s “Sunken Cathedral” prelude, to the newest composition by St. John’s own Andrew Staniland. Free admission | Refreshments Please note: patrons with limited mobility may enter the Rocket Room from Duckworth Street, using the gravel lot across from The Sprout. www.tuckamorefestival.ca The Rocket Room, 272 Water St. Tuckamore Festival and Music at Memorial