February 2022, Mathematical Institute, Oxford
Join eminent mathematician Andre Weil and his fictional creation Bourbaki, on their journey from zero via France, India and Finland to the edge of infinity, as they try to make sense of whether we really have free will.
March 2019, Barbican
Strange Loops is a triptych (concert, installation & theatre) celebrating Hofstadter's book Godel, Escher, Bach performed as part of Life Rewired at the Barbican.
2017-present, University of Oxford
A new performance lecture given each year by the Simonyi Professor for the Public of Understanding of Science which combines scientific dissemination with a performance element.
26 - 28 June 2015, Glastonbury
Marcus regularly performs at the Glastonbury Festival in the Astrolabe Theatre including a new show he wrote called Death by Numbers.
2015 - 2006, Serpentine Gallery
Marcus regularly appears at the Marathons run in the autumn at the Serpentine Gallery.
11 - 12 September 2014, Stockholm
Three concerts curated and presented with the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra. In collaboration with Artists and Engineers.
18 - 20 April 2013, Royal Opera House
An interactive evening of music, maths and Mozart staged at the Linbury Theatre with Marcus du Sautoy and singers from the Royal Opera House.
2 March - 19 July 2013, Barbican / Latitude Festival
A performance lecture by Marcus du Sautoy Featuring music by James Holden and visuals by one of us
21 January 2012, Faster than Sound, Aldeburgh
In this performance a mathematician, a pattern maker and an artists collective seek to create a virtual Alhambra in sound and projection