I’d seen cars revealed in a bubble, I’d even been at an event where they put horses in them. Dancers, musicians, and others have all performed inside them, and I wanted to as well. Play the harp and violin in a bubble. I noticed that there were things that had to be customized for my needs so that I could be Elena bubble harpist.
Ever since I was a little girl, I would love to take things apart and put them back together again. Nervous mother yes, a child with mechanical curiosity and a knack for fixing things? Yes again. Mom actually bought me a little tool kit and pretty much let me go. Toasters, radios, my brother’s toys. (Not appreciated by him needless to say) And even my neighbor’s old car. Nevertheless, as time went on these hobbies came into play very nicely when it came to performing. I still like to fix jewelry to my gowns, gemstones to my violins and helping to design and construct my…bubble. Here in North America I’m also learning some like to call it a snow globe. (Wheels turning)
I put together a series of questions along with some sketches and measurements. Brought them to some folks that do the cutting, gluing, and welding and Voila! I was now a bubble violinist! Conversely, a bubble harpist if you like.
It’s an extremely unique thing to have. Whatever kind of event you can imagine when guests walk into a venue, and they see this musician playing away in a bubble the reaction is universally the same…”Whoa! Look at that!” “Amazing” “Cool” Flash bulbs start popping, and the videographers are suddenly very busy. (photos)
An elegant and unforeseen addition to virtually any event, your Toronto bubble harpist/violinist will make sure that on Monday morning, you will be the star. Why? Because you’re the one that said “Yes…Of course we are going to call Elena…She is the bubble violinist.”
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