Tim Munro is a Chicago-based, triple-Grammy-winning musician. As a flutist, writer, broadcaster, and teacher, he treats audiences as equals, welcoming them into musical worlds with passion, intelligence, and humor. Munro is the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra’s Creative Partner. In this role he works as a curator, writer, moderator, and broadcaster.
Munro is the flutist for the University of Chicago’s Grossman Ensemble, Principal Flute of the Cabrillo Festival Orchestra, and was flutist and co-artistic director of Eighth Blackbird from 2006-2015.
Recent career highlights include a collaboration with Wu Man, performances with Ensemble Signal and the Chicago Symphony, and the creation of a transcription for live instruments of a work by Turner Prize-winning artist Susan Phillipsz. Munro also directed large-scale, immersive works by John Luther Adams and Alice Chance.
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