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Superwomen of Science Minerva Scientifica Winner of a Three Weeks Editors Award – Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 Singing with Fossils! Our expedition to the Lyme Regis Fossil Festival made us many new friends. These included 100 children from Symondsbury Primary School Dorset, St. John’s Primary School Weymouth, Mountjoy School Dorset and Musbury Primary School, Devon, and the […]
Strength in numbers Minerva Scientifica returns to the Science Museum Lates series with some of our Superwomen of Science – this time it’s Maths! In addition to works by Plowman, Whitley, Frances-Hoad and Bingen the programme features the premiere of Minerva Mathematica by Lynch – listen below View our Photo Album from a great evening […]
Entomologists Anonymous – Minerva Scientifica A Workshop and Performance Project developed for Ferndown Upper School in collaboration with Soroptimist International Bournemouth and Bournemouth University ‘Once hooked on the microscope, life can never be long enough’. Miriam Rothschild PERFORMANCE PROGRAMME Minerva Scientifica – Eva Crane Soundscape by Frances M Lynch for playback How doth the little […]
FREE Voice and Composition Workshop 1.30 – 3.30pm Wed 25th Feb 2015 Music Department, Strand Campus, King’s College London, WC2R 2LS The Workshop is free but you must register in advance as places are limited (see details below). Open to singers and composers. Patron – Judith Weir (Master of the Queen’s Music) […]
Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th February 2015 “Stitching a Song For Mary” Visit Stirling Castle and take part in these workshops inspired by the Great Tapestry of Scotland and the magnificent Renaissance setting of Stirling Castle. This will bring out the creative spirit in everyone! Singers Frances M Lynch (Soprano) and David Sheppard (Counter Tenor) from electric voice theatre will […]
Although the project is self-contained it is part of a planned programme of development for Minerva Scientifica and The Franklin Effect, which is planned to kick start the next project where one or more of the composers will be commissioned to create a new work based on the Research and Development findings which can become […]