3D-printed violins make their Canadian debut with the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra
Next month, the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra (OSO) is putting on its first major performance to feature 3D-printed string instruments. Violinist Mary-Elizabeth Brown talks to Tom Power about how the OSO's move to explore 3D-printed violins is a way to bridge the gap between technology and musicians.
The OSO's first symphony to feature 3D-printed string instruments is called 3D String Theory. The concert will feature new music from composer Harry Stafylakis, lead by OSO music director Alain Trudel. See it Sunday, November 4 at Ottawa City Hall.
— Produced by Tyrone Callender
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