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Lindsey Jones is a professional violinist and doctoral student in musicology at Rutgers University. Her research interests include gender, history of women, feminism, and the feminine in music aesthetics & performance. In 2019, she created Open Doors Concerts, an organization to support making and sharing chamber music in small spaces, such as apartments, homes and chapels. 

Lindsey graduated magna cum laude in May 2017 from the University of South Florida with a M.M. in violin performance and instrumental conducting. Lindsey graduated summa cum laude with a B.M in violin performance from Western Connecticut State University in 2012. She began the study of the violin at age 3 in her hometown of Newtown, Connecticut. 

Lindsey has participated in numerous conferences and festivals including: Manhattan String Quartet conferences at Colgate University, in Leipzig, Germany and Budapest, the Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival in Burlington, Vermont; the International Studies Institute in Florence, Italy; the Brancaleoni Music Festival in Piobbico, Italy; and the Promisek Bach Festival in Bridgewater, Connecticut. Lindsey has performed in master classes given by James Ehnes, Mikhail Kopelman, Rictor Noren, Christof Huebner, Jennifer Koh, Robert Blocker and Natasha Korsakova. Lindsey has performed on stage with Pascal and Ami Rogé, Josh Groban, Il Volo, Mark O'Connor and Jay Ungar.

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