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And you know, that’s great, but it’s been so nice to come to L. And the audience, afterward when I do meet and greets and things like that, I get so many comments about the other musicians in the band. A., before I met people who did session work, I literally didn’t even know that world existed. quite a few times on tour with other artists as a guest soloist or something in other people’s shows, and so whenever we would do that those artists would pick up an orchestra or at least a string section. Then are people that I met in that string section who now I see all the time. I love being uncomfortable and out of my element, and I love meeting people who are also musicians but have a different background or have a different path than I do.

I’m so happy that I’ve met all these people because it’s really fed me, it’s really challenged me. And also, when we work with an amazing composer on an amazing project it’s very exciting. It never even occurred to me that there was this pretty small group of musicians that played on almost all of the recordings and films and television. I just think that the more information that I come cross and the more people that I meet, we can just absorb so much.

I think about that a lot too — why does music even exist?It can give you so much in any capacity, whether it’s a professional capacity or it’s just you’re playing with your friends or playing for yourself. We have a campaign going on right now called “Keeping the Score in California.” That’s exciting. I know that does a lot for bringing work into cities, just from the acting I’ve done and then all the friends I have in the acting world, that that’s a big deal.And you can have it with you throughout your whole life. One of the things I noticed when I first moved to L. was, musically, I sensed this feeling of more open-mindedness in terms of trying to do something a little out of the box. Having belonged to two unions (AFM and SAG-AFTRA), what does it mean to you to be a union member? I do think that in these creative fields you can feel really isolated, like you’re just sort of grinding away, and you’re all alone.I guess she is not unhappy with the situation, herself.She feels this is a growth experience -- but I am unhappy. How can the entertainment industry allow this to happen?

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