Jacqueline Thomas was born in Middlesbrough, UK, in 1961. A founder member of the Brodsky Quartet, she has been its cellist for fifty years, since the age of ten. The Quartet has built a stellar reputation through their global travels and huge discography, along the way collaborating with some of the most iconic names across all genres of music.
Aside from her performance schedule, she is a seasoned arranger and a compulsive inventor. She likes to design and realise property and home-improvement projects, play golf, swim in the ocean, watch football and enjoy glorious food and drink.
She lives in London with her husband Paul Cassidy, violist in the Brodsky Quartet. They have two grown-up daughters.
Books by this author
Jacksons, Monk & Rowe and the Brodsky Quartet - the formative years