Einstein’s Violin: A Play in Three Movements

Starring Tom Schuch

November 8, 2023 @ 7:00 pm

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Accompanied by his favorite classical music, Einstein begins to repair his precious violin, ’Lina.’ All the while he talks to a soon to be revealed muse about his love for music and its influence on his life and work. Through Einstein’s words and the beautiful precision of a classical music we celebrate the coming together of art, science, and love.

“I often think in music. I live my daydreams in music. I see my life in terms of music…I get (the) most joy in life out of music.” Albert Einstein

The Times
Enormous changes in the world were taking place during Einstein’s formative and most productive years influencing both his work and his view of the world. During the early to mid-20th Century an explosive evolution and experimentation in art, science, literature, politics, architecture, philosophy, and technology began to take place. Once thought of as a revolutionary, Einstein slowly became the ‘old guard’ of scientific advancement, butting heads with the current developers of quantum mechanics as he continued to search for the elusive unified field theory of everything. It is against this backdrop that we see Albert Einstein search for answers through the solace of his music.

Actor: Tom Schuch

Running Time: 60 minutes

Genre: Drama

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