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Warm up the vocal chords and stretch those creative muscles as musical equations sing to their own beat.
Vocal adventurers and multi-instrumentalists Mal Webb and Kylie Morrigan are joined by Science Communicator Dr Joel Gilmore for this musically inspired maths party that strings together merry numerical melodies in a fun and engaging performance.
Even the toughest maths critics will be inspired as rhythm takes shape, sequences sing and mathematical concepts are pitched in perfect harmony to primary-aged students. Don’t miss the marvel of how maths and music add up in this remarkable performance.
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