Linda Lee Jones
New Orleans native Linda appears regularly with professional choral ensembles in the New York area and is a member of the Western Wind Vocal Ensemble, an a capella sextet, and the critically acclaimed and GRAMMY-nominated Choir of Trinity Wall Street. As a member id Western Wind, Linda works as a teaching and performing artist in high schools, and teaches during the summer at extended a cappella workshops for amateur ensemble singers of all skill levels.

Recent performances with Western Wind include a program of Polish Renaissance repertoire with the Folger Consort of Washington D.C., and a semi-staged presentation of Orazio Vecchi's madrigal comedy L'amfiparnasso. As a member of the Choir of Trinity Wall Street, Linda recently toured the U.S. and Europe with Europe's leading baroque orchestra, The English Concert and Harry Bicket in their production of Handel's Theodora, recorded and premiered Ralf Yusulf Gawlick's Missa gentis humanae for a cappella octet, and collaborated with the Studio de Musique Ancienne de Montreal in performances of Renaissance and contemporary works for 40 voices. She holds degrees in Voice Performance and Choral Conducting from Loyola University New Orleans and Westminster Choir College of Rider University.