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“Amanda is drawing inspiration from research. I admire her meticulous approach to understanding the science.” [THE MOONS SYMPHONY] It’s Promethean…it’s forward looking. I can see it being performed in fifty years; it’s a proper melding of science and art.”

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Ashley Davies, a Principal Scientist NASA | JPL

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“It really inspired me to delve more into my passion for astrobiology”

Students reaction  

LUNAR event Imperial College

"This is an exceptional opportunity to discover worlds beyond our reach through the medium of music. The visuals and sound promise to be spectacular and Amanda was able to show us what the project could deliver.

 

The concept is original, engaging and exciting and has potential to be an educational groundbreaker."

Mr Chris Vizzard Head Teacher  — Dubai English Speaking College

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An intriguing, awe-inspiring composition of our time. Brilliantly composed and executed! Brilliant and quite extraordinary in your craftsmanship of this piece.

PHD Student - Jonna Ocampo 

“It was one of the best talks | lectures that I have ever seen so far in my entire career”

Professor Feedback 
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“Falkenberg wasn’t just imagining what these moons sound like… but instead, world-building based on the decades of research she was able to access.”

LIMELIGHT MAGAZINE
Australia

“The Music, the creative Arts, the Poetry; everything was so well organized, it was so well presented”

Professor Feedback 
LUNAR event Imperial College

"It was spectacular.. seeing the joy and enthusiasm in the students, makes everyone happy to be alive.."

Professor Michele Dougherty

LUNAR event Imperial College

What an inspiring evening last night. Huge engagement in the hall among students. You are a visionary and have created a wonderful platform to inspire and create zest for learning. Truly magic!

Gregor Hamilton

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“Thank you so much for creating and sharing such an inspiring work. I still get chills each time I listen. This will no doubt add multitudes of space enthusiasts to our ranks…You are truly a gem”

Priscilla Thomas’s IAAA

In other exciting music news, it was fantastic to be  part of the LUNAR ensemble performing a few movements of this fantastic new work at Imperial before Christmas. A fantastic event full of science and music, some highlights are included in the YouTube video. Highly recommend the whole symphony composed by the wonderfully talented Amanda Lee Falkenberg! 

Ben Woolley - PHD Science Student and LUNAR Musician

“We were blown away by the incredible MOONS SYMPHONY, presented by Amanda Lee Falkenberg during EPSC - DPS"

Euro Planetary Science Congress - GENEVA 2019

“It was one of the best talks | lectures that I have ever seen so far in my entire career”

Professor Feedback 
LUNAR event Imperial College

"In my opinion, THE MOONS SYMPHONY is a beautiful way to express the incredible science returned by missions like Cassini in music and to share that with the public. I found it very moving and inspirational!”

Dr. Linda Spilker - Project Scientist NASA’s Voyager Mission

“The music was absolutely incredible, it really made you feel like you were soaring through the solar system”

Students reaction  

LUNAR event Imperial College

 "Fridays event was excellent and I have total respect for your Moons Symphony composition, it’s superb recording, the production on the night and the team you’ve brought together around you. It’s very rare to attend an event bringing together the arts and science so effectively for an appreciative audience" 

Simon Cattlin

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“The way they combined the music and the science… the way different instruments were used to evoke water plumes, my goodness it evoked so many thoughts within”

Students reaction  

LUNAR event Imperial College

“I feel excited about this symphony for many reasons…I like Ganymede for scientific reasons, and music is such a great way to communicate about the science to a broader audience. It’s an opportunity that Amanda has given us.” 

Dr. Xianzhe Jai - UniMich APL

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"Watching the London Symphony Orchestra put together the music, it just looked like a research project: all the attention to detail coming together for a wonderful whole at the end of the day.”

Professor Mark Sephton - Imperial College of London

“It was very inspiring for our students, they enjoyed it and we’re looking forward to the next one”

Professor Feedback 
LUNAR event Imperial College

“I absolutely loved it… I would do that five more times”

Students reaction  

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