Gallery volunteer Arnie Snikeris, 64, plays the seahorse instrument while it was on display at Gatakers Artspace.
Gallery volunteer Arnie Snikeris, 64, plays the seahorse instrument while it was on display at Gatakers Artspace. Alistair Brightman

Think you can play a seahorse-inspired instrument?

THE weird and wonderful musical instruments created for the Whale Festival are ready and looking for a band to play them.

Whalesong co-ordinator Trevor Franklin is looking for musicians to play the instruments at the Whale Aid Concert at Pialba's Seafront Oval on August 24.

The instruments were made from recycled materials at a series of Whale Song: dream it, make it, play it workshops held around the region.



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