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Getting ready for the 2012-13 season - Principal Bassoon Daniel Matsukawa

October 23, 2012


In addition to holding the position of principal bassoon with the Orchestra, Daniel Matsukawa teaches at Temple University and the Curtis Institute of Music. With little downtime and a need to warm up his instrument on the fly, he's come up with a cool way of "killing five birds with one stone." Watch the video above to find out how, read the full Newsworks story for more, and see how other Orchestra musicians are getting ready for the 2012-13 season:

Acting Associate Principal Cello Yumi Kendall

Associate Principal Timpani and section percussionist Angela Zator Nelson

Acting Principal Trombone Matthew Vaughn

Principal Oboe Richard Woodhams