Lorinda performs as a solo musician, as well as in combination with others as a duo, trio, band, and ensemble, as best fits the need, or pocketbook!
Na Skylark Trio
Lorinda Jones, Cathy Wilde Jannell Canerday
An Irish experience with the ancient sounds of the pipes and harp, Irish flute and whistle, fiddle, voice and the American mountain dulcimer. Book an event and we will comprise a set of tunes for your event!
Musical Journey of Kentucky
Cheyenne Mize and Lorinda Jones
Cheyenne Mize and Lorinda Jones provide a "Musical Journey of Kentucky" through songs, stories, instrument demonstrations, history, and LOTS of participation. This action packed 45-60 minute program engages the students from the first notes of the native American Indian flute, to the toe tapping jigs. The show is enhanced by a powerpoint that encourages the students to sing along, and to remain attentive to the history of the development of America's folk roots music in the mountain of Kentucky. With special emphasis on the state instrument of Kentucky, the mountain dulcimer, students get an understanding of it's role in the development of folk music and the blending of the cultures that brought it to America.
Perfect Fit (Sacred, Classical, Popular Wedding Music Duo)
Debby Couch and Lorinda Jones
Lorinda Jones, Debby Couch
A Perfect Fit for your wedding, reception, background for a brunch, tea, or any special event. Debby Couch on flute, and Lorinda Jones on harp make beautiful music, and if desired, can add other musicians including cello and violin for a trio or quartet.
Music selections include Sacred, Popular, Classical, and Folk melodies.
Not Yet Baroque! Recorder Consort
Fred Rucker, Glenn Reuger, and Lorinda Jones
The recorder ensemble includes soprano, alto, tenor, and bass recorders, and supplemented with whistles, harp, and guitar.
The ensemble plays music from a variety of genres: patriotic, early popular music, Christmas, classical, folk, and religious selections.
Great for concert or background music for special
events and receptions, as well as concert performances for assisted living and other older adult settings.
Oboe and English Horn
With a music education degree as an oboe major, Lorinda continues to enjoy playing her oboe as a soloist for weddings, special events, church and sacred music, cantatas.
In an ensemble, or duo, she teams with former student Katherine Alberts covering first and second parts for orchestra and band arrangements.
Brian Froedge, Director
Heartland Harp Ensemble (Harp Studio)
Students meet for regularly scheduled lessons/rehearsal at the MACCL.
The ensemble has performed at the community college, assisted living, churches, and other special events. The ensemble is supplemented with instrumentation of flute, psaltery, bowed dulcimer, accordion, Irish whistle, and vocals. A beautiful presence!
Heartland Dulcimer Club
Lorinda is the artistic director, and one of the founding members of the Heartland Dulcimer Club. The Heartland Dulcimer Club adds fun and great music to any event, including: festivals, receptions, weddings, birthday parties and anniversaries, church events, long-term residential care programs, and much more.
For more information, go to the website by clicking on the link below.
West of the Alleghenies
"West of the Alleghenies: a Remarkable Church Called Nolynn" will be presented
by Elizabethtown historian Don Patterson, along with his wife Glenda, plus Lorinda Jones. Wearing period costumes and playing dulcimers, the psaltry, and harp, they make their presentation in story and song.
The story will be told from the perspective of Jacob Van Meter (1722-1798) , who led the first migration to the
Falls of the Ohio. This flatboat migration brought the first settlers to Severns Valley and Nolynn.
Nolynn and the other early churches were important to the development of worship practices which made
America a Protestant nation and helped to create civil and religious freedoms previously unknown. The early churches
established a model for the practice of Christianity in a sometimes hostile environment.