Acclaimed Violinist Adrian Anantawan Visits Clarkson University





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Published on Feb 25, 2013

Technology serving Humanity: engineering can save and improve lives. Rehabilitation engineering allowed Adrian Anantawan to become an acclaimed violinist.

Anantawan spoke and performed at Clarkson on February 22. He is a key proponent of the disabled arts, as he was born without a right hand. Rehabilitation engineers designed a prosthetic device that enabled him to begin playing the violin.

He is a national spokesperson for the War Amps of Canada, and the Holland Bloorview Kids Rehab Center. As an educator, he is a faculty member of the National Arts Centre (Canada) Young Artists Program, teaching in its pre-college division since 2008.

Active within Canadian media, his documentary "Adrian Anantawan: The Story Behind the Notes" is currently being broadcast across the country by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC)

For more on Clarkson's Center for Rehabilitation Engineering, Science and Technology (CREST) visit http://bit.ly/XUEACQ

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