Particle physicist Brian Foster of the University of Oxford, UK, has teamed up with the British classical musician Jack Liebeck to create a special lecture and performance about Einstein's legacy to physics and the role music played in his life. The show, called "Einstein's Universe", is currently touring the UK. In this exclusive report for physicsworld.com, James Dacey talked to the pair before a recent performance at St George's concert hall in Bristol. In [the second] video for physicsworld.com, the pair also perform an arrangement of a violin sonata by Mozart in C Major k.296.
Here are the two videos: