Podcast: interMISSION @ the CSO • 29-Nov-2020
Jennifer Gunn has been a Chicago Symphony Orchestra member since 2005, performing on the flute and piccolo. She shares the dramatic story of how she won the audition for her position and pays tribute to Walfrid Kujala, her famous predecessor. She also gives advice to aspiring performers, explains how she prepares her parts in advance of rehearsals and talks about why she loves the live CSO concert experience.
Support for interMISSION @ the CSO is generously provided by Phyllis Bleck and Bruce Oltman.
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