May 02, 2019, 6:30 pm
Congregation Beth El
8215 Old Georgetown Rd
Cellist Molly Jones shares her Doctoral recital from University of Maryland that traces Jewish composers lost to the Shoah. Hazzan Fradkin will also lend his voice to the program in this deep and resonant evening devoted to remembrance.
About Molly Jones
Dr. Molly Jones is the Assistant Principal Cellist of the Maryland Symphony Orchestra and Section Cellist in the Akron Symphony. She can frequently be seen performing in the cello sections of the National Symphony Orchestra and New
Orchestra of Washington, and occasionally sings with the University of Maryland Concert Choir. Molly’s passion for teaching continues to grow as she maintains an active private studio in Maryland. She is the cello teacher at DeMatha, Bishop McNamara, and Springbrook High Schools. Additionally, Molly is the co-founder and co-director of Lumino Festival, a one-week restorative retreat for young professional musicians. Molly received her Doctor of Musical Arts in Cello Performance from the University of Maryland in May of 2018. Her dissertation was titled “Voices from the Holocaust, Remembered: Selected Works for Cello.”
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