From this interview of mathematician Keith Devlin over at the On Being Podcast, I learned about Devlin's musical collaboration with the group Zambra. Listen (and watch the dance accompaniment as well) at Keith Devlin's website, including musical renditions of Euler's equation, the area of a circle, and five others.
Or, you can just listen to a sampling of the collaboration at On Being, by clicking on "Show Playlist" at the left. I particularly recommend "Euler's Polyhedron Formula," "Einstein's Energy Equation," and "Leibniz's Series for Pi."
|image borrowed shamelessly from Nikhat Parveen's Golden Ratio and the Platonic Solids|