Symphony of Science

Story through music

“A morning filled with four-hundred billion suns, The rising of the milky way” – Carl Sagan, A Glorious Dawn, ft Stephen Hawkings

I’ve got a soft spot for science, and this is one of the most beautiful ways to tell a story like this I’ve seen and heard in a very long way.  Symphony of Science brings us three incredible videos around delivering some very scientific knowledge and philosophy in the form of music.

Take a bunch of space and time nerds, grab a vocoder and drop some beats and strings behind it, and you’ve got some pretty incredible videos.

Massive hat tip to Leo for bringing these to my attention.

The Symphony of Science is a musical project by John Boswell designed to deliver scientific knowledge and philosophy in musical form. Here you can watch music videos, download songs, read lyrics and find links relating to the messages conveyed by the music.

Jye Smith is currently the Digital Strategist for Weber Shandwick Australia. Ranked in B&Ts 30 Under 30, he's a regular keynote speaker and workshop facilitator who specialises in digital strategy, social media marketing, and change management.

There are 2 comments for this article
  1. Emily at 7:48 pm

    Who is the audience Jye? To me its just rather naff content for contents sake.

  2. Jye Author at 8:11 am

    music video artists? Audio-philes? Amateur scientists? Professionals?

    Me?

    If it entertains you, then I guess you’re the audience.