New Year's Classical Concert

Monday, January 2, 2017 - 7:30pm to 9:00pm

For the third consecutive year, join McKenna Glorioso and friends at Heaven Gallery for a concert of chamber music following the busy holiday season. Repertoire will include works by Dvorak, Vaughan-Williams, Piazzolla, Beethoven, and more.

$10 suggested donation at the door.

McKenna Glorioso is an American violinist at the Schulich School of Music at McGill University in Montréal, Quebec. She currently studies with Axel Strauss and Marcelle Mallette and has also recently studied with Aurelien Pederzoli and Ilya Kaler in Chicago. McKenna has held the position of Concertmistress of the DePaul Chamber Orchestra and has played under the baton of conductors such as Dr. Cliff Colnot, Alexis Hauser, Michael Lewanski, and Darryl One. In 2017, she will appear as Assistant-Concertmaster of the McGill Opera Orchestra for their production of Strauss’ Die Fledermaus. She plays a violin on generous loan by Dr. Wilhelm Schlag.

Elizabeth Glorioso is an American cellist based in Cleveland, Ohio. She is currently in her second year of studies at the Cleveland Institute of Music, pursuing a Master’s Degree in Cello Performance and Suzuki Pedagogy in the studio of Sharon Robinson. Passionate about chamber music, Ms. Glorioso has had the pleasure of touring Italy and Slovenia with Trio Glorioso, a piano trio founded in Duino, Italy. This year, Ms. Glorioso was also pleased to be admitted into CIM’s Advanced Piano Trio Program with her ensemble, Trio Zeta.

Jerome de los Santos, a Los Angeles native, has performed in venues across the United States, Canada, Italy, and Philippines. Praised for "possessing qualities of a true artist - maturity, imagination, musicality, sensitivity, amazing stage presence, passion, and effortless technique”, Jerome performs actively both as soloist and as a chamber musician. Aside from music, he enjoys studying foreign languages, spending time with his dog Yana, and traveling to new places. He holds a Bachelor’s of Music degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music, in the class of Daniel Shapiro, and a minor in Italian from Case Western University. For more information please visit: www.jeromedelossantos.com.