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Chad Hanna, Pennsylvania State University

Wed, Apr 3 7:00 PM (90 min)
For thousands of years, astronomy was restricted to what we could see with our eyes. But visible light makes up only a tiny fraction of a spectrum emitted by celestial objects. We now know that light is not the universe’s sole means to reveal the mysteries of the heavens. Until recently, we simply lacked the windows through which to view these aspects of our universe. Over the last few decades, astronomers have revolutionized our windows on the universe with telescopes of unprecedented sensitivity to light beyond what we can see with our eyes. Observatories now allow us to see ghostly particles called neutrinos, and ripples in the fabric of space itself - called gravitational waves.
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Jonathan Roozeman, cello with Jan-Paul Roozeman, piano

Thu, Mar 28 7:30 PM
Finnish-Dutch cellist Jonathan Roozeman is already establishing himself as a cellist of exceptional musical integrity. At the age of 17, Jonathan won the 2015 Tchaikovsky Competition, making him the youngest prize-winner ever. From there, he has played with the world’s most renowned orchestras and conductors. Perimeter is extremely proud to have this young talent and his pianist brother grace our stage.
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Schola Antiqua of Chicago

Atrium
Tue, May 7 7:30 PM
A lone voice echoes through Perimeter’s four-storey glass Atrium. It is the Adhan, the traditional rendition of the Muslim call to prayer, but here it is calling us to experience the sounds of medieval Jerusalem. Featuring Islamic chants, Christian chants in Georgian and Armenian, and a set of Sephardic songs, Schola Antiqua’s unique choral program uses music to erase the boundaries that divide us.
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