Witness the world’s first hair symphony orchestra


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Cream Silk's Hair Sonata will feature Asia's first human hair bows

SEEN AND HEARD. Witness Asia's first hair violin bow in action

MANILA, Philippines – Strong, beautiful hair is always a sight to behold. Now it can be used to make music – literally.

On Thursday, October 17, Cream Silk will stage “Hair Sonata: The World’s First-Ever Hair Symphony Orchestra.” The spectacle is headlined by a 10-member, all-female string ensemble that uses Asia’s first Hair Bows.

To prove the strength of hair that goes #BeyondBeautiful, an internationally renowned bow maker crafted these bows using actual human hair, treated with Cream Silk.

Maestro Gerard Salonga of the ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra will compose and conduct the symphonies for the night.

The event will also feature a performance from Ballet Philippines’ Master Choreographer Alden Lagunasan. Director Gus Cruz will also unveil a new short film featuring Cream Silk’s muse, Sam Pinto. – Rappler.com

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