“The tuneful Laura Jones” (Barczablog) has been praised for performances on all three of her instruments: modern cello, historical cello and viola da gamba. In addition to her role with the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra, she is the cellist of the Windermere String Quartet and Principal cellist and viola da gambist of Nota Bene Baroque Players. Her kaleidoscopic activities range from playing the solo viola da gamba part in George Benjamin’s spell-binding opera Written on Skin with the Toronto Symphony to sold-out performances with Ensemble Ritmo Flamenco. As cellist and arranger for the Talisker Players, she has honed a delicate sense for vocal collaboration, working with some of Canada’s most celebrated singers. Her recordings include Inner Landscapes and The Golden Age of String Quartets with the Windermere String Quartet, as well as Serenade Française, a CD of music by French composers recorded with her father, pianist Lawrence Jones, and Where Words and Music Meet: Talisker Players at Massey College.