TED: Pamelia Kurstin plays the theremin

 

In a revelatory TED talk, theremin virtuoso Pamelia Kurstin explains the history of this much-misunderstood instrument and gives a wonderful recital demonstrating how you can elicit soul from an instrument you can’t even touch.

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