That's what the Vienna Vegetable Orchestra does, founded in 1998, the one of its kind in the world which performs music solely on instruments made of vegetables.
The 11-strong group plays everything from contemporary to house, jazz to classical using carrot flutes, pumpkin basses, leek violins, cucumberophones & celery bongos.
These guys have given a whole new meaning to playing with food.
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"We got the idea one day while we were cooking and chopping tomatoes," Nicklaus, co-founder of the orchestra, said. "We got fascinated with the sound the chopping made, and from that moment we have started to hear music in a new way."
Performances of Vegetable Orchestra appeals to all the senses, & at the end of concerts, the audience is offered fresh vegetable soup made from the instruments, we meant fresh vegetable.
Not only is this cool but it sounds great too!
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Tired of bass, guitar, or drums? Then try using carrot, pumpkin, leek, cucumber or celery.
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