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Violinist Adrian Anantawan at TEDxCambridge

Canadian violinist and educator Adrian Anantawan believes that when it comes to disability we often look at limits when we should be asking how we might we enable the environment so that everyone can play. In our online interview he discusses adaptive playing and teaching children with limb differences.

The December issue of The Strad tells the story of the pioneering teachers in the US who are helping adaptive students to play stringed instruments. Subscribe to The Strad or download our digital edition as part of a 30-day free trial.



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