Podcast: interMISSION @ the CSO • 10-Jan-2021
Lawrence Neuman has been a member of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra‘s viola section since 1991. In this episode of interMISSION @ the CSO, he tells his own story of getting to the CSO and offers advice for young musicians aspiring to become professional performers. He describes the intensity of hearing live concerts, how the caring and commitment of each player builds a unified sound and the importance of the CSO’s contribution to Chicago.
Support for interMISSION @ the CSO is generously provided by Phyllis Bleck and Bruce Oltman.
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