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Rosalind Jones

Paint Your Wagon [Everyman Company], Sat 3 Mar to Sat 14 Jul.
Paint Your Wagon [Everyman Company], Sat 3 Mar to Sat 14 Jul.

Rosalind Jones
Associate Musical Director, Paint Your Wagon

Ros was awarded an Exhibition to study piano with Phyllis Sellick at the Royal College of Music, and won prizes for accompaniment at the Guildhall as a postgraduate.

Theatre credits include: Musical Director for Urinetown, Stop The World I Want To Get Off, The Witches of Eastwick, Company and Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raving Queens (LIPA); RENT (20th Anniversary Concert Tour); Assistant Musical Director for That Day We Sang (Manchester International Festival); The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (Gielgud); La Cage aux Folles (Edinburgh Playhouse); Sunday in the Park with George (Wyndhams); The Woman in White (Palace) and Bombay Dreams (Victoria Apollo). Original Children's Musical Director for Matilda (Royal Shakespeare Company) and The Sound of Music (London Palladium).

Additional Keyboard West End and Touring credits include: Elf, Funny Girl, Billy Elliot, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Wicked, Guys and Dolls, Oliver, The Phantom of the Opera, White Christmas, Miss Saigon, Anything Goes, The Light in the Piazza, South Pacific, Shoes, Hello Dolly, Jersey Boys, Carousel, Mamma Mia, Edward Scissorhands, The Car Man, Beauty and the Beast, Mack and Mabel, My One and Only, Carmen Jones, Sunset Boulevard and Les Misérables.

Other work includes: Musical Director of the Liverpool Show Choir; Orchestral keyboard with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Lecturer in Musical Theatre at Birmingham Conservatoire; Keyboards for Young Voices and Répétiteur at English National Opera.

TV & Film credits include: The Jack Dee Show, The Inspector Lynley Mysteries and preparing Jonathan Pryce for his pianistic role as Mahler in Bride of the Winds.