Flutist Gwyn Jones performs throughout the DC area with a variety of ensembles, from classical chamber groups to full orchestras and wind ensembles. She served as principal flute with the Sandy Spring Chamber Orchestra (Atlanta), the American University Symphony, and the Capital Wind Symphony. She has also performed numerous solo recitals and can be heard in such ensembles as the Friday Morning Music Club and the Southwest Chamber Players. A versatile musician, Ms. Jones explores all musical genres from classical to musical theater and jazz. Ms. Jones holds a Master of Music degree in performance from Florida State University and was a teaching fellow at the University of North Texas, where she also conducted the UNT flute choir. Her teachers have included Claire Durand Racamato, Charles Delaney, Mary Karen Clardy, and Keith Bryan. She is currently working with acclaimed jazz flutist Ali Ryerson.