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DENVER, CO – JUNE 21, 2016: Jeffrey Hsu        Make Music Day

Jeffrey Hsu is continuously inventing conceptual iterations of stringless technology and complementary methods based on his successful experiments: e.g., acquiring and transferring new skills from bracket violin to cello (for symphony rehearsals and concerts), learning standard violin literature through virtual osmosis and ‘acting out’ mental practice/reading, his volunteer work with the Boys & Girls Club of Larimer County, Suncrest Hospice, Modus Volunteers, private instruction, and his autodidactic practice on his stringed violin from the Heartstrings Program at the Colorado Music Festival in addition to his improving performance on his personal stringed cello.  Jeffrey also draws on his sizable past and current experience as a skilled performer of the flute and on his award-winning work in the field of design/architecture, combined with widely paneled electronic and face-to-face disclosures. Recently, Jeffrey was interviewed for his ProBoPat Success Story (to be published in 2018), is in the process of mastering the flute for better proof of concept, and is ‘finalizing’ his prototyping and business plans. More of Stringless Technology’s accomplishments to date are as follows:

Violin Society of America Convention
Two National Guild for Community Arts Education Conferences
Arts-Based Practioner Review and General Human Development Research and Review
Mother Of Invention Conference
USPTO Seminars
Two Exhibits at the NoCo Mini Maker Faire
NAMM Convention and Conference
Stringless Performance Artist with Modus Design & Management and Suncrest Hospice
Head of the STEAM Violin Program at the Boys & Girls Club of Larimer County, Fort Collins
***Three Patents Granted by the USPTO***
Stringless Quasi-Experimentation
Make Music Day Performances (see Denver Post)

See Flute Accomplishments

Current Work:

Coursera – Leading Innovation in Arts and Culture (Vanderbilt University & National Arts Strategies) **COMPLETED**
Coursera – Teaching the Violin & Viola: Creating a Healthy Foundation (Northwestern University) **COMPLETED**
Two volunteer activities that employ stringless technology.
Creating new specifications for non-electronic, i.e., toy, and electronic stringless iterations.
Technology production: stringless training aids.
Patent prosecution and funding for functioning sound-generating stringless iterations (in addition to mock-ups) for beta tests.
Refining more viable business plan.
Jeffrey is also working on his classical (flute, violin, and cello) and “stringless” artistry which includes e-music production.

Special Thanks to:

Paul Langley
John Milne & Peter
Bob Baker
Lisa Marie Hsu
Ta-Ping Hsu and Chur-Ching Lee
Joy and Steve Dimoulas
Marian Silberstein
Olivia Kieffer
Kristina Moritz
Rachel Messersmith
Julie Smith
Mara Lieberman
Sherry Pieropan
Feng Feng
Jesse Carmo
Shannon Butler
Patti Anderson
Jeff Sachs
Nancy Barnett
Rick Molzer and Luthiers
Eggen Violin Shop
Peter Dearth
Lindsay Taylor
Noelle Albano
Jene’e Patitucci
Mary Ellen Dooley
Dr. Trina Seefeldt
Barbara Camp
Shirin Bina
Jill Roth
Jennifer Rothschild
Brian Sanders
Willis H. Chang
Joe Scott
Tom Moore
Amanda Armstrong
Shane Shanley
Steve Replin
John Rasmussen
Cory & Matt (RMMR)
Kadambari Mishra (Kad)
Daniel Ward

The National Guild for Community Arts Education
National Association of Music Merchants
Boys & Girls Club of Larimer County, Fort Collins
Irish Elementary (Fort Collins)
Sloan’s Lake Rehabilitation Center
Suncrest Hospice
Wells Fargo
Colorado Music Festival & Center for Musical Arts
Colorado SBDC Network
Eggen Violin Shop
Make Music Alliance
Bonfils Stanton Foundation
Arts & Venues – City & County of Denver
Swallow Hill Music
The Denver Post
Denver Health
MoFo (Morrison & Foerstor)
Mi Casa Resource Center
Westminster United Methodist Church (Colorado)
TinkerMill: The Longmont Makerspace
TEDx MileHigh
SCORE (Denver)
Rocky Mountain Music Repair
Golden Music Center