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Guitar Trios at Archway Gallery

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Archway Gallery

2305 Dunlavy Street

Houston, TX 77006

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Local musicians are presenting a program of guitar trios both in-person at Archway Gallery and online via Zoom!

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Houstonian violinist Zelda Jones is excited to present a lively program of guitar trios in collaboration with her friends and musical colleagues Marc Rosenberg (guitar) and Vyacheslav Dobrushkin (cello)! The concert will be both in-person at Archway Gallery and online via Zoom. In-person tickets are very limited so get them while you can!

Tickets are not necessary to watch online, but you do have to register via this link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZItde-hpz4iEtxFKWgX0xM-F_83YCiq8cFB

Donations and ticket sales are our only source of income for this project, so thank you for your support!

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Archway Gallery

2305 Dunlavy Street

Houston, TX 77006

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Organizer Zelda Jones

Organizer of Guitar Trios at Archway Gallery

Zelda Jones is a violinist, violist, educator, and native Houstonian who has been active in and around Houston, Boston, and several other cities for almost two decades. She received a Bachelor of Music from the University of Houston and a Graduate Performance Diploma from The Boston Conservatory, and was an Associate Member of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago. In the past, Zelda has performed and coached in Germany, Italy, and Austria. She also performed an all-commissioned program at Carnegie Hall with Duo Scordatura, of which she was a member and Co-director, and performed, coached, and taught with The Orchestra of the Americas during its Caribbean Summer Tour. Most recently she was a member of the Opera in the Heights orchestra. Zelda is currently a private instructor at Art, Music & More, a member of the Baytown Symphony Orchestra and the Mud Turtle Quintet, a member and Co-Founder of Chamber Collective, and Director of Classical Revolution Houston.

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