Elizabeth Glennon received a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Cello Performance from the University of Michigan where she was a fellowship student. She received her Master of Music degree from the Eastman School of Music and Bachelor of Music degree from Rice University. Elizabeth is currently director of Early Childhood and Lower School Music and the Upper School String Ensemble at Buckley Country Day School in Roslyn, NY, where she also teaches cello.
Previously, Elizabeth was a faculty member at The Diller-Quaile School of Music in New York City where she taught Cello, Musicianship, and Chamber Music, and was Program Director of the Adult Chamber Music Workshops and the Summer Music Institute. Elizabeth served as Cello Department Teaching Assistant and Graduate Student Cello Instructor at the University of Michigan and the Eastman School of Music, teaching undergraduate cellists for course credit. Elizabeth has also been on the faculties of the Eastman Community Music School, Ann Arbor School for the Performing Arts, The Boston Latin School, The Community Music Center of Boston, and The Somerville Charter School.
In recent years, Elizabeth has performed as soloist at prestigious venues including: The Banff Centre, Canada, as an Artist-in-Residence; The Perlman Program, Shelter Island, NY; Carnegie Hall, NYC; The United Nations, NYC; Aldo Parisot Hall, South Korea; Schloss Vaduz, Liechtenstein; and at the Aspen Music Festival in Aspen, Colorado. She was featured as a soloist on The Leonard Nimoy Concert Series in Hollywood, CA; at The George Crumb Festival in NYC; The NY Philharmonic Residency at the University of Michigan; The Beethoven Institute at the Mannes College of Music, NYC; and at a Bach festival at The University of Cincinnati. As a chamber musician, Elizabeth performed in recital at Temple Israel of Hollywood in a celebratory concert marking 350 years of Jews in America, and has performed extensively in New York and Michigan as a member of the Eastman Chamber Music Society and the Envision Chamber Consort.