Ottawa Symphony

3D StringTheory Project

UPCOMING CONCERT: 3D STRING THEORY

Welcome to Ottawa Symphony’s 3D StringTheory Project

To explore the new creative possibilities that technology brings to music, the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra has commissioned Ottawa violin maker Charline DequinceyCreadditive designer Laurent Lacombe and the Industrial Technology Centre in Winnipeg to create original 3D-printed string instruments. Composer Harry Stafylakis will write an original piece of music inspired by these new sounds. We will present the final product of their collective efforts—a live performance of Stafylakis’s piece, featuring the new instruments and the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra—on November 4th in Jean Pigott Hall at City Hall. Click below for more details!

 

This is the Introduction video to Ottawa Symphony's 3D StringTheory project! To explore the new creative possibilities that technology brings to music, the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra has commissioned Ottawa violin maker Charline Dequincey, Creadditive designer Laurent Lacombe and the Industrial Technology Centre in Winnipeg to create original 3D-printed string instruments. Composer Harry Stafylakis will write an original piece of music inspired by these new sounds. Ottawa Symphony will present the final product of their collective efforts—a live performance of Stafylakis’s piece, featuring the new instruments and the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra—on November 4th, 2018.

We’d love to see you there!