Oliva Tsui – an award-winning conductor and violinist who spent 27 years as a tenure member of both the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra and the Los Angeles Opera – made a dramatic career switch this year. She pivoted from musician to multimedia producer. 

“In the beginning (of the pandemic), we were all kind of lost – people lost jobs, businesses closed, isolation, depression all of that,” she said.

Tsui sees the arts in a transformational period.


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