Elizabeth Glennon, cello
EDr. Elizabeth Glennon enjoys a rich musical life as a cellist, educator, and arts advocate. As a fellowship recipient, she earned a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Cello Performance from the University of Michigan where she was a Graduate Student Instructor. She holds a Master of Music degree from Eastman School of Music where she was the Cello Department Teaching Assistant and a Bachelor of Music degree from Rice University. Dr. Glennon has appeared as soloist and chamber musician at venues such as Carnegie Hall, The Perlman Program, The United Nations in NYC, Aspen Music Festival, Temple Israel of Hollywood, The Banff Centre in Canada as an Artist-in-Residence, Aldo Parisot Hall in South Korea and Liechtenstein’s Schloss Vaduz. As an educator, she is dedicated to passing her knowledge, experience, and passion for music to the younger generations. Dr. Glennon is Music Director at Buckley Country Day School in Roslyn, NY and is also a faculty member at International Music Sessions and InterHarmony International Music Festival.