Christopher Jones

Christopher Jones, cellist, business manager and musical director of Arioso Ensemble, has studied cello performance with Ann West, Rebecca Patterson, Mary Lou Rylands, Natalia Khoma and Kangho Lee. Christopher performs frequently in chamber ensembles throughout CT at public performances, private engagements and has performed world premieres at Carnegie Hall. He performs in orchestras and rock bands and works as a free-lance studio musician. Before building his private teaching studio in New Haven, he has taught an infancy to pre-kindergarten music class in the CT shoreline area called "Teddy Bear Rhythms." He is president of CT-American String Teacher Association. Christopher holds a BA of music and BS in education from The University of Connecticut and is pursuing a masters degree in conducting. Currently, he is a music teacher at Adams Middle School in Guilford, CT where he directs the orchestra. For Christopher's full resume, click here.

Clips of studio work:

"Hush" by Abigail Zsiga. String parts written by Jonny Rodgers
"Now I Know" by Pamela Jones,cello parts by Chris
"Blue Fly and the Bee" by Jonny Rodgers, (on Itunes)
"Darling, Losing You..." by Jonny Rodgers, (on Itunes)
"All to Say in Letters" by Jeff Bailey of Phosporescent, cello parts by Chris
"Beneath the Fold" by Dogs of Winter, cello parts by Chris
"Sarabande" from the 6th suite, Bach, multi-tracked by Chris
"Come on Eileen" performed by Arioso, arranged by Chris

Live performances:

(links coming soon)

Sonata in E minor, mvt. 3 by Brahms with Danniel Shapiro
Duet for Cello and Guitar, by Jonny Rodgers