Ana Glig (Gligvashvili) is an award-winning, Georgian-American pianist and teacher, who has performed in solo, chamber and orchestral settings in the United States and Europe. Glig’s playing is recognized for her “virtuosic command” and ability to “capture hearts.”
As an orchestra soloist Glig has performed with local Cape Symphony and Cape Cod Chamber Orchestras, as well as orchestras from Georgia (her motherland) and Israel (Rishon LeZion, Sde Boker).
Glig received her Master’s degree in piano performance from Mannes School of Music -The New School (NYC), an Advanced Certificate in Piano Performance and Pedagogy from New York University (NYU Steinhardt). She completed her Bachelor’s degree in piano performance from Tbilisi State Conservatoire (Republic of Georgia). Glig also served as an adjunct piano faculty at NYU Steinhardt.
Glig currently lives on Cape Cod, where she works as a Music Director at the First United Methodist Church in Chatham, performs and teaches.
“My love for music stems from a very early age; I was only two years old when I was introduced to piano very first time. I credit formation of my musicianship and personality, however, to my wonderful piano teachers and mentors, who inspired and supported me throughout my musical upbringing. I believe that one-on-one piano lessons are unique opportunities, prerequisites in forming a very special teacher-student relationships and work ethic, which is as important as developing and molding musical talents, personalities. My goal in teaching piano is to pass onto the knowledge, experience and skills i received from my teachers to my future students, to inspire and encourage my students and bring out best of their abilities, skills and talents.”