The six tracks from Genomics! The Musical! now available for download from Bandcamp for you to listen to at your leisure. For a full listing please, some chances to listen to the songs, and download the album, please go to the Singing Science Bandcamp website. I hope you enjoy them!
Genomics! The Musical! is a one person show where the fundamentals of genes and our DNA are explained using a series of ‘musical mini-lectures’. Ideas are introduced with words, and then developed on with catchy songs performed with a video backdrop providing further insights into the science of what makes us us. All done with a light touch of humour to provide an ideal family edutainment show!
Themes cover Mendel’s pea plant experiments, the gene-RNA-protein relationship, variation and the phylogenetic tree. The Mendel song is the proud winner of the Geekpop most contrived lyric award.
The show can be tailored to child/teen or adult audiences, and can be performed in halls, schools, pubs and festival tents. In fact, anywhere with a sound system and a projector! Running time is around 45 minutes,
If you would like to book a show please contact email@example.com for more information.
Many thanks go to the collaborators who work with making the music and videos that make this show such a success, and the Wellcome Trust Public Engagement Team for guidance and initial funding for the project.
The first album of sciency music – under the guise of Professor Karmadillo – is available online at Bandcamp and other e-music retailers!
A diverse track listing covers the beginning of the universe, genetics and the movement of molecules in air.
released February 29, 2012
Songs written by Professor Karmadillo. Mostly Performed by Professor Karmadillo and Ben Garnett (The Organ Grinders Monkey) with additional contributions from Guy Avern, Kate Fleet and Jon Craven.
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The first performance took place at Storeys Field Centre in Cambridge on Saturday 3rd November. We had about 100 people show up. Here’s a little video showing some of what they experienced! Some interesting feedback from the first survey included the favourite video being joint first place between Mendel and…