Jane Lawson is a multifaceted cellist, pianist, organist, vocalist, choral director, and sometimes harpist. She earned her Bachelor of Music from Indiana University and her MA from the Copland School of Music, both in cello performance. She came to New York to attend the Orchestral Studies Program with the National Orchestral Association performing six concerts at Carnegie Hall. Jane currently plays with the Norwalk Symphony in CT and has played with many orchestras and ensembles including Goliard Concert Artists, Westchester Symphony, The Diocesan Orchestra for the Papal Mass and the Seattle Symphony. She has done studio work at the Power Station and television work at Silver Cup Studios and PBS.
As an organist/vocalist/choral director, Jane has held several positions as music director of churches and temples and currently serves as Director of Music for Our Lady of Mercy in Forest Hills. She sang with The Collegiate Chorale in The Juniper Tree, a Philip Glass opera at Lincoln Center The Messiah with the Discovery orchestra at NJPAC. An avid kaleidoscope collector, she is delighted to be singing and playing with C4, the most colorful musical kaleidoscope in town!