Australian musician Linsey Pollak amazed a TEDx Talk audience after he succeeded in using a drill, carrot and saxophone mouthpiece to create something very cool.
In a mere five minutes, Pollak began his endeavor by drilling a hole through a carrot to make it hollow. Then, he drilled six finger holes and a back thumb hole.
Adding a funnel and mouthpiece, Pollak raised the item to the audience’s applause and began to play.
Pollak has worked as a musical instrument maker for 40 years, specializing in woodwind instruments. He has recorded 31 albums and toured his solo shows in Europe, North America and Asia.
Though the video of his performance was uploaded last month, it has only recently attracted attention. To date, the video has accumulated nearly 100,000 views.