CSO Names Violinist Hilary Hahn As Its First Artist-In-Residence

“It’s a big honor but I also feel like it’s a real partnership,” said Hilary Hahn.

CSO Names Violinist Hilary Hahn As Its First Artist-In-Residence
Hilary Hahn performing with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at Orchestra Hall in May 2019. Todd Rosenberg / Courtesy of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra
CSO Names Violinist Hilary Hahn As Its First Artist-In-Residence
Hilary Hahn performing with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at Orchestra Hall in May 2019. Todd Rosenberg / Courtesy of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra

CSO Names Violinist Hilary Hahn As Its First Artist-In-Residence

“It’s a big honor but I also feel like it’s a real partnership,” said Hilary Hahn.

Violin soloist Hilary Hahn made her Chicago Symphony Orchestra debut in 2007 and has been a frequent guest of the orchestra ever since. Now, she’s joining the orchestra as its first artist-in-residence for the next two years.

Reset talks to the three-time Grammy Award winner about the newly created position and her journey as an artist and solo violinist.

GUEST: Hilary Hahn, violin soloist; CSO’s first artist-in-residence