The Silence of the Bees: A Science Opera. Thomson, Kelvin (Composer). 2013.

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title = "The Silence of the Bees: A Science Opera",
abstract = "The Silence of the Bees: A Science Opera was premiered on the 17th March as part of the RHUL Science Festival. This one-act opera (duration ca. 60mins) was the result of a collaboration with biologist/bumblebee specialist, Mark Brown and was intended to contribute to raising awareness of bumblebee decline. It was performed by six singers and an eight-piece ensemble conducted by John Jansson.",
author = "Kelvin Thomson",
year = "2013",
month = mar
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language = "English",

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