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September 20th, 2020 - 3pm / Online on ZOOM / guest feature pianist Ana Glig

Join us as we connect on ZOOM to our list of sign-up musicians, and guest performer pianist Ana Glig.


Meeting ID: 826 6632 1336

Password: OMC

Performers: For all classical musicians, and singers who want to perform, contact us to sign up!

To Performers and Public:

No Zoom account is necessary to be able to connect, but we recommend to performers to download the program, and set their original sound.

Download zoom here:

To Performers:

Those who want to play music, or sing please do this additional step on Zoom: enable, and use your original sound.

A quick, and helpful tutorial on how to do that is here:

We can also send you written directions. Please ask.

If you have any problems related to Zoom, or connecting on the day of the event please call.

Recognized for her ability to "capture hearts" by Musical America, Ana Glig (aka Gligvashvili) is

an award-winning Georgian-American pianist. Glig has performed widely in the United States

and Europe in solo and chamber settings. As an orchestra soloist, Glig performed with Evgeni

Mikeladze and Rishon LeZion Symphonic Orchestras in Israel and Georgia.

Prize winner of the Tel-Hai International Piano Concerto Competition (Israel) and Georgian

Musician-Performers Competition, Glig is a recipient of Alfred Cortot’s prize for the best

interpretation of romantic music at the Tbilisi International Competition (Republic of Georgia).

In the review of her album ‘Reminiscences’ (by Fanfare Magazine) Glig’s playing was

recognized for it’s “….sensitivity and ability to finely capture some of Georgia’s haunting and

elusive film melodies, “as well as anyone on disc, whether in a post Debussian space or in of

filmic wit.”

Born in Telavi, Republic of Georgia, Glig’s first musical impressions trace back to her family and

her musician aunt, who exposed her to piano at the age of two. Since then she developed

particular love for Georgian polyphonic singing and classical music.

Glig, a passionate, self-taught visual artist is a founder and artistic director of ‘ MusArt

Interconnections,’ multimedia concert projects combining classical music with visual art and

imagery. First ‘MusArt Interconnections’ was officially held at Cape Cod Museum of Art,

Massachusetts, (in early January of 2020), in collaboration with a local artist, who created an

impromptu oil paintings inspired by Glig’s live performance of works by Bach, Beethoven,

Chopin, etc.

Glig holds Master’s degree in piano performance from Mannes School of Music, The New

School and Bachelor’s degree from Tbilisi State Conservatory (Republic of Georgia). She

studied with Victor Rosenbaum, Jerome Rose, Revaz Tavadze and Marine Gelashvili among

others. Glig is a graduate of NYU Steinhardt (New York University), where she studied piano

performance and pedagogy with acclaimed pedagogue and pianist Eteri Andjaparidze.

At NYU Glig also served as a member of the adjunct piano faculty.

Currently, Ana Glig lives in Harwich, Massachusetts, where she continues to perform, record,

teach and accompany choir. Glig is a teaching artist at Cape Conservatory providing private

piano lessons to students of all ages and levels. Among her many favorite hobbies include

drawing, hiking and cycling.

Visit Ana Glig’s Facebook webpage & Youtube channel to subscribe and contact for lessons:

CD ‘Reminiscences’ available at the following


"This program is supported in part by a grant from the Brewster Cultural Council, Harwich Cultural Council, Orleans Cultural Council, local agencies which are supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency."


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