Biography of Musica Bella Orchestra member Jane Ann Lockwood

Jane Ann Lockwood, viola, has had extensive experience as an orchestral performer since she completed her studies at Cincinnati Conservatory of Music and the Hochschule fur Musik in Stuttgart, Germany. While moving around the United States and Europe with her bridge-designing husband, James Lockwood, she has been a season replacement violist in the Denver Symphony Orchestra and the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, with whom she doubled on the piano in a Steve Reich World Premiere in Carnegie Hall. She has also played with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Ravinia Festival Orchestra, the Stuttgarter Philharmonica, Orchestre de Bayonne, Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, Concertante di Chicago, Denver Chamber Orchestra, and the Gramercy Quartet in New York City, which was founded by cellist (and Musica Bella conductor) Phillip Gaskill.
    She currently lives in Colorado with her husband and two girls, where she enjoys being a mom and teaching in a School for the Arts, as well as teaching privately. Her family, friends, and The Musica Bella Orchestra bring her periodically back to New York City.

Musica Bella concerts: October 13, 2002; March 13, 2005

This bio last updated December 17, 2003