For the last 24 years, this musical group has been showing that vegetables aren’t just good for your health—they’re good for your ears as well.
Prior to each of their performances, the members of the Vienna-based Vegetable Orchestra purchase fresh produce from a farmer’s market—all of which is later carved into instruments on stage for a live audience.
The Austrian musicians use everything from onion peels and carrots to pumpkins and bell peppers to perform their original songs.
And do you want to know the best part of the orchestra’s shows? After each of their performances, the musicians cook up all the spare parts from their carved veggie instruments into a healthy meal served to their audience.
Although the orchestra has been in quarantine since the start of the COVID-19 outbreaks, they recently reunited over Zoom to perform a new original song called “Green Days.”
(Want to see more of the Vegetable Orchestra? Check out their live 2016 performance in the video below—or if you want to check out the video performance of “Green Days,” press play on the video at the top of this article.)
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