How Jessica Chiccehitto Hindman discovered she was a 'fake violinist' and her dream orchestra was a sham
As a child, Jessica Chiccehitto Hindman aspired to be a successful violinist.
In her early 20s, Hindman was offered the chance to play violin in a prominent orchestra that toured across the U.S., but she soon realized that it was all a sham. At every show, the orchestra used pre-recorded music to fool its audience into thinking it was coming from live instruments.
In a conversation with q's Tom Power, Hindman takes us through this unbelievable discovery, which is the basis for her new memoir, Sounds Like Titanic.
— Produced by Tyrone Callender
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