Sean Carroll, a scientist from the Department of Physics at Caltech, held previous positions at MIT, Institute for Theoretical Physics at UC Santa Barbara and the University of Chicago. He holds degrees from Villanova University and Harvard University. He has received many honors and distinctions including National Science Foundation Distinguished Lecturer (2007) and became a fellow in the American Physical Society (2010). He is a contributing editor of Discovery Magazine and is a consultant to "Discoverers" on the Discovery Channel. He is the author of "From Eternity to Here: The Quest for the Ultimate Theory of Time" (2010) and "The Particle at the End of the Universe" (2012) (both Dutton, New York). He has been a guest on NPR's Science Friday with Ira Flatow, has published, spoken and lectured widely at the invitation of many groups worldwide including at Disney Animation Studios, Sundance Film Festival, the Director's Guild of America and has appeared on panels at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books and the Huntington Library.
Rachael Worby is that rare conductor who is also a curator and a skilled communicator. Her dynamic energy, coupled with the highly successful results she has achieved with diverse organizations has created a demand for her skills worldwide. As a guest conductor, she has led orchestras throughout Europe, South America, Australia, and Asia.
MUSE/IQUE underscores Worby's reputation as a musical visionary and fulfills her dream of re-creating a concert experience for 21st century audiences. MUSE/IQUE is the latest and boldest venture in Los Angeles' live performance landscape. It partners with organizations in Los Angeles to transform interesting places and outdoor spaces into welcoming destinations where the power of live music brings people together and invigorates community life. The nonprofit organization exists to strengthen the social fabric of the city through live music.
The Pasadena, California-based ensemble, which debuted in 2011, encourages and supports local artists and connects them to the community, MUSE/IQUE is designed as both an alternative to the traditional classical concert experience and a vehicle for musical education and outreach that touches, excites and inspires the younger generation. Mixing culture with whimsy, the casual with the unexpected, MUSE/IQUE shakes the cobwebs off of classical concert going.
To learn more about MUSE/IQUE, our events or to buy tickets online, visit muse-ique.com. To order tickets by phone, please call 626.539.7085, M- F 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Also available through OvationTix - 866-811-4111.
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Art Center College of Design, 1700 Lida Street, Pasadena, California 91103
7:00 PM– Wine, Mingling and Gallery Tours
7:30 PM– Music Begins. Program is approximately 75 minutes
Come early for more fun! Uncorked Series events feature mixed open (unreserved) seating along with wine, mingling and discoveries before each performance.
Gallery reception followed by a performance in the student cafeteria.
Free parking is available on campus (on the hill)
Performance Date and Time:
November November 12, 2012 7:00 PM Tickets: $60.00