During Radboud Sounds in Doornroosje, researchers from Radboud University will shine their light on music from different disciplines. Friday 12 May from 20.00 to 01.00 there will be a continuous programme with concerts, scientific lectures and talks on science and music. Listen, dance, enjoy and think along about the effect music has on yourself and society.
The programme includes:
- DJ Joost van Bellen
- AI researchers Michelle Appel and Daniel Danilin on music made by artificial intelligence
- Lawyer Roma Leuyerink on the ownership of music
- Psychedelic funk by YÌN YÌN
- Cultural scholar Niels Niessen on how Spotify influences music
- Dancer Farida Nabibaks and cultural scholar Liedeke Plate on how dance makes conversations on certain topics possible
- Americanist Frank Mehring on protest music
- Pain expert Esmeralda Blaney Davidson and anesthesiologist Hans Timmerman on music as pain relief
- Neurophysiologist John van Opstal on how your ears can deceive you
- Mathematician Walter van Suijlekom on what sound waves can tell us
- Cosmic jazz by jazz trio TRIFID and astronomer Marijke Haverkorn
- DJs Kim Josephine and Lysah (known from PAAK) spin vinyl
More speakers and artists will be announced later.
Ticket sales have started immediately. A ticket costs 15 euros. Employees of Radboud University and Radboudumc, Alumni Benefits Card holders, students, pupils and Radboud Reflects members pay 7.50 euros.