New board game designed for classical music aficionados



Virtuoso is the perfect rainy-day activity for anyone who considers themselves a music buff.

Know your Bach from your Brahms? Your semiquaver from your semibreve? Then a new board game, developed as a graduate project by Caleb Heisey, a student at the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, is for you. Virtuoso is a Trivial Pursuit-style game where players answer classical music trivia to advance around an orchestra pit-shaped game board. Described as, “the game of musical proficiency and spiritied competition,” it promises to tax the knowledge of even the most clued-up music buff. Full story.

Maxim Boon (Limelight Magazine) / July 3, 2015

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