This Musician Plays Violin With Strings Made From Human Hair

This Musician Plays Violin With Strings Made From Human Hair

Talented Lithuanian violinist Eimantas Belickas and his friend Tadas Maksimovas did an experiment called “Hair Music.” The experiment basically proves that music has no boundaries,

Maksimovas, who has been growing his hair out for 10 years, agreed to sacrifice it to create strings for a violin. His hair was braided, glued and screwed to the violin (while still attacked to his head), which was then placed in Belickas’ experienced and musical hands. See what came out of this and hear the hair music for yourself!

The project was organized to advertise the upcoming Street Musician’s Day festival, which takes place in Lithuania every year. Check out the video above and pictures below:

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