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Laura Jones

Laura JonesLaura Jones’ kaleidoscopic career comprises performances historical and modern, solo, chamber and orchestral, on both cello and viola da gamba. In addition to her duties as cellist of the Windermere String Quartet, she is Assistant Principal of the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra, Principal Cellist/Gambist and founding member of Nota Bene Baroque, and a member of the Talisker Players, with whom she has appeared at chamber music festivals in Elora, Ottawa, and Vancouver. She is represented on recordings by The Golden Age of String Quartets, with the Windermere String Quartet; Serenade Française, a CD of music by French composers recorded with her father, pianist Lawrence Jones; the world premiere recording of the Trio for Clarinet, Cello and Piano by John Ireland, with the Riverdale Ensemble; and Where Words and Music Meet: Talisker Players at Massey College. She is a cat person, and a flamenco dancer by avocation.