Bradley Warwick, 21, plays music on his computer at St. Rose’s School, Stroud, England. See SWNS story SWEYES: A severely disabled man has been chosen to join an orchestra – after learning to play music with his EYES. Bradley Warwick, 21, who has cerebral palsy, was spotted at auditions earlier this year when he played ground bass using his EyeGaze communication aid device. The judges in Bristol were so impressed by his musical ability that he was awarded a place in the South West Open Youth Orchestra. It is the UK’s first disabled-led regional youth orchestra which is bringing together both able-bodied and disabled musicians from across the country.

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