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The March 14, 2018, on the same day Albert Einstein was born, the great cosmologist Stephen Hawking left us due to the serious illness that accompanied him for most of his life: an illness that prevented him from moving his body but never his mind and thought. His scientific discoveries about black holes and the book that has become a popular science classic “A Brief History of Time: From the Big Bang to Black Holes” have made him world famous.

On December 1, 2018, the Sound and Image Association wished to remember the great British scientist by organizing a concert lecture in his honor: the most important moments of his life, his most important scientific discoveries (including with the help of some experiments) and his funny appearances in movies and TV series where he always showed great intelligence and irony were recounted. 

As was the case in the event dedicated to Albert Einstein, a few live pieces of classical music were performed to pay tribute to the scientist, who was also passionate about this art: Lucia Adelaide Di Nicola on harpsichord Andrea De Carlo on viola da gamba performed pieces by Johann Sebastian Bach.