Flutist Judy Dines, a member of the Houston Symphony, is also a very active performer in Houston and beyond.  Locally, she is a frequent performer in the Greenbriar Consortium, a diverse chamber group made up of Houston Symphony members and other musicians in the Houston area.  She was also a member and frequent soloist with the former Houston Chamber Symphony. Other local groups Ms. Dines has played with include Mukuru, Aperio and the St. Cecilia Society.   This marks her first performance with Restoration Chamber Music, Galveston.

Outside of Houston, Ms. Dines is a member of the Ritz Chamber Players, a dynamic chamber ensemble which performs all around the country. She is also a member of the Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra, which convenes every summer in beautiful Jackson Hole, WY.  Several times, most recently in Aug. 2008, she has performed at the National Flute Association Convention, a four-day extravaganza which celebrates the flute.  In the orchestral world, Ms Dines has performed selected weeks with the National Symphony Orchestra, the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra and the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra.

 Born in Washington, DC, Ms. Dines attended Temple University in Philadelphia, PA and the Peabody Institute in Baltimore, MD before coming to Houston.  She joined the Houston Symphony in 1992