Professional and amateur violinists and viola players are being sought for a study as part of a master’s thesis research project for the MSc Performing Arts Medicine programme at University College London.
The study by Sarah Lesjak will investigate how changes to the chin rest on violins and violas can affect a player’s performance.
Participants will need to be available to do a short interview in person, fill out a questionnaire and play a small piece of music before and after adjusting the chin rest.
Those wanting to take part will have to be at least 18 years old and play their instrument for a minimum of 3 hours per week.
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