Nimrod Borenstein/ Clélia Iruzun/ Adrian Moore
6.30 – 8pm | 6 February 2017
Shaw Library, LSE
Catherine Audard, Chair, Forum for European Philosophy Fellow; Visiting Fellow, LSE
In the film Amadeus, Mozart remarks that ‘his composition has the exact amount of notes’, hinting at some kind of Absolute. For contemporary composer Nimrod Borenstein, there is only one solution: the right number of notes at the right place, as if his music had always existed. Are there philosophical arguments that support such claims? We bring together a composer, a pianist, a piano, and a philosopher to explore this question.
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