Oxford professor's ideas shape view of universe

PUBLISHED: 09:30 11 April 2009 | UPDATED: 23:21 15 June 2010

VISITORS to Colyton Grammar School enjoyed an unusual combination of a science and music lecture prior to an evening concert.

VISITORS to Colyton Grammar School enjoyed an unusual combination of a science and music lecture prior to an evening concert.Professor Brian Foster OBE, of Oxford University, and internationally renowned musicians, violinist Jack Liebeck and pianist Stephen De Pledge, performed Einstein's Universe.The show highlighted the scientist's love of the violin and how his ideas have shaped our modern view of the Universe.The lecture was interspersed with the music the scientist Einstein loved - Mozart, Bach and others.The free event was part of promoting links in the community and was open to everybody.


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