Jane Halliday is a versatile musician with extensive performance experience in a variety of musical genres. She studied violin with Paul Kling, Philipp Naegele, Peter McHugh, and Timothy Baker, has performed with orchestras and ensembles throughout Kentucky, and currently serves as Artist-in-Residence at Christ Church Cathedral in Louisville KY. Besides her work as a classical musician, Jane plays jazz violin and is a member of Swing ‘39, a quartet specializing in “gypsy jazz” (Swing39.com). Also, since her introduction to it in music school, Jane has continued to explored early music – as a vocalist, a baroque violinist and as a player of the viola da gamba – through study and performance with various professional early music ensembles. She has a B.A. in English from Smith College, and a B.M. in music performance and an M.A. in Humanities, both from the University of Louisville.