The next concert of the "Music Sphere" series – Chemistry of Love – will take place on Valentine's Day, 14 February 2020 at the Planeratrium EC1 in Łódź. Marzena Majcher (electronic instruments) and Małgorzata Kubala (soprano) will perform in front of the EC1 audience.
The pieces composed by Marzena Majcher, juxtaposed with the texts by Aneta Badziąg and Ewelina Lasota, look for an analogy between music and chemistry: the music is inspired by the patterns of chemical substances responsible for the state of falling in love, colloquially called "the chemistry of love". The works were released on the album "Chemistry of Love" by Requiem Records - Opus Series in March 2019.
The concert will also present compositions of the "Radiation" series, which are inspired by science – cosmology and physics. The composer will use an interactive device called Exformer, which was created especially for her by Michał Silski. By using Exformer, the artist can shape sound with hand movements, thus enriching the music she plays with additional dimensions. The concert will be accompanied by amazing visualisation on the dome of the planetarium!
Age restriction 14+. Tickets are available at the EC1 Łódź ticket office and online at: https://bilety.ec1lodz.pl/
Media patronage over the "Chemistry of Love" album has been taken by the Polish Music Information Centre POLMIC.
More information about the project at: http://marzenamajcher.manifo.com/