Giant Foot-Powered Organ Helps Canadians Discover Opera

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In collaboration with the Festival d'Opera de Quebec, public TV station TFO, with help from Lowe Roche, brought opera to the people by inviting the public to help play a new interactive instrument. The Living Opera Organ is a 12-note, giant keyboard that is played with one's feet. Opera singers then belt out their corresponding notes as the different keys are played. From children to seniors to the occasional dog, TFO helped the public to discover opera.

by Steve Hall    Sep-18-13   Click to Comment   
Topic: Guerilla   

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