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KabukiGlasses
www.kabukiglasses.com

Japan’s innovative KabukiGlasses are designed to be the ultimate alternative to opera glasses or theatre binoculars. They are hands-free, supported on the nose and stabilized by earpieces and have an auto-focusing technology and a 4x magnification, allowing a good view of the stage without constant refocusing. Initially I had trouble finding the right fit, but after a bit of trial and error, I did obtain a clear view of the stage. I was also able to wear the device for an extended period without fatigue. At about $400 CAD, they are pricy but have a sleek design and look. — Wah Keung Chan

 

Apple Pencil for iPad pro, 129$
www.apple.ca

forScore app, 9.99$
iTunes app store

 

The Apple pencil and the forScore app are some of the best tools for the 21st century musician.The app lets you download, organize and view your music scores on your iPad while you can use the pencil to annotate them with precision directly on the screen. – Alexandre Da Costa

 

Samsonite spinner carry-on, 139,99$
www.samsonite.ca

For the touring musician, a multi-directional four wheels suitcase, to avoid tendinitis at airports! Choose one in a bright colour for the added bonus of saving time at the luggage carousel. – Alexandre Da Costa

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