Ronnie Kuller is a composer and multi-instrumentalist based in Chicago. She has written music for Theater Oobleck, Mucca Pazza, the Cambrians, the Actor’s Gym, the Neo-Futurists, and Opera-Matic. She has performed in venues all over the country, including Orchestra Hall at Chicago’s Symphony Center, Mass MoCA, Pritzker Pavilion at Millennium Park, the Watermill Center, Lincoln Center, and the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. She has collaborated with the Chicago Sinfonietta, and performs regularly as the accompanist for singer-songwriter Mister Tom Musick. One of her compositions (Tube Sock Tango) was recorded onto wax cylinder at Edison National Historical Park, and was also featured on the TV show Transparent. Since 2006, she’s been an Artist-in-Residence at Snow City Arts, where she teaches individualized music workshops to pediatric inpatients at Rush Children’s Hospital. Ronnie is a 2013 3Arts Awardee and a 2015 3Arts Ragdale Fellow.