Note: This is the third in the web-exclusive series “Wichita’s Finest,” which highlights community leaders in Wichita. To read the first installment on USD 259 Equity, Diversity and Accountability director William Polite, click here.
To read the second installment on Woodland United Methodist pastor Valecia Scribner, click here.
WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) – Timothy Jones says there’s no way, in music or words, to express something perfectly. He gets that from his mother.
“There are simply no words to describe my infinite love for him,” Rebecca Jones said in an email, declining further comment, “or my pride and admiration for his accomplishments.”
It’s the never-ending pursuit of perfect expression that keeps Timothy Jones, a professor of violin at Wichita State, Associate Concertmaster for the Wichita Symphony Orchestra and a lifelong musician, in perpetual progress.
In art, there’s no such thing as a finished product. Nothing – and nobody –