|Topic:||The Sounds of Silence: The Expansion of Music through the Focal Point of Space||Introduction:||
Everybody has the ability to interpret the awe of the night sky in their own way. For many of us, the vastness of space is best explained through music. We embark on a musical journey through the celestial objects to understand how they have inspired musical artists on Earth. From planets to galaxies and classical to funk, we consider all aspects of the vastness of space and music to understand how we as humans interpret the beauty of the night sky.
We strongly encourage visitors to the Planetarium to wear masks for the duration of the show as the space is small and enclosed.|
|Show Times:||7:00 pm, 8:15 pm|
|Reserve Tickets:||Reserve your tickets and manage your reservations here. Tickets may be available at the door, but this is not guaranteed. If a show is sold out you can choose to be added to the waiting list, and you will be notified if seats become available. Please note that latecomers cannot be admitted and if you are late, your reserved tickets may be given away to those without reservations.|
|Future Shows:||See a full list of all future shows here.
COVID-19 UPDATE AS OF JUNE 1, 2022:
Thank you for your interest in the William J. McCallion Planetarium. We are now once again taking private group show bookings and have resumed our public show schedule on Wednesday evenings. Should you have any specific inquiries or would like to book a show, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To ensure that we are conducting our reopening plan as safely as possible, we strongly encourage all visitors to the Planetarium to wear masks for the duration of the show as the space is small and enclosed (note: McMaster also strongly encourages visitors to wear masks while inside buildings on campus according to their most recent update).
We appreciate your understanding and flexibility as we continue to adapt to the guidelines laid out by McMaster to ensure a safe reopening. We are privileged that we will soon be able to host you in our space once again. Please direct your concerns and questions to: email@example.com.
The McCallion Planetarium team