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Piano Talks: Jodie and Glenn

Daniels Pavilion

Image of pianist Jodi DeSavlo and violinist Glenn Basham in a promotional portrait
Image of pianist Jodi DeSavlo and violinist Glenn Basham in a promotional portrait
Feb 17, 7:00pm – Feb 18, 7:00pm
Daniels Pavilion 7:00pm
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Jodie DeSalvo:
Jodie and Glenn

Jodie DeSalvo's Piano Talks Series

Jodie DeSalvo, piano
Glenn Basham, violin

Beethoven — Romance in F Major
Beethoven — Sonata for Violin and Piano in D Major
Beethoven — Variations on Moonlight Sonata
Mussorgsky — Hopak
Rachmaninoff — Vocalise
Vivaldi — from The Four Seasons
Copland — Hoe-Down from Rodeo
Villoldo — Argentine Tango
Audience requests

Celebrating over 30 years of friendship, Jodie DeSalvo and Glenn Basham team up for another electric performance, dedicating the first half of the program to Beethoven’s 250th, then performing a selection of old and new favorites as well as audience requests!

This performance is part of Jodie DeSalvo's complete Piano Talks series.

Jodie DeSalvo

Jodie DeSalvo

An Artis—Naples favorite, Jodie DeSalvo is a graduate of the Hartt and Manhattan schools of music and has performed at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. Jodie has been a frequent soloist with the Naples Philharmonic and is now in her 15th season performing at Artis—Naples as a soloist.

Glenn Basham

Glenn Basham

Glenn Basham has a Bachelor of Music degree from the North Carolina School of the Arts and a Master of Music degree from Indiana University. He has been a member of the artist faculty at the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami since 1992. He also serves as the first violinist in the Bergonzi String Quartet, which is the quartet-in-residence at the Frost School of Music.

Glenn, a native of Washington, D.C., previously played with the Detroit Symphony under Antal Doráti and was a member of the Chester String Quartet.

He has served as concertmaster at music festivals nationwide, including the Grand Teton Music Festival in Wyoming, the Colorado Music Festival, the Hot Springs Music Festival and the Pine Mountain Music Festival. He has appeared as soloist with the Ft. Wayne Philharmonic; the Lansing Symphony; the Plymouth Symphony; the Oak Park Symphony; the North Carolina School of the Arts Festival Orchestra; the Blue Lake Festival Orchestra; the Manchester Symphony; the Marion Philharmonic; the Palm Beach Symphony; the Miami City Ballet; the Pine Mountain Music Festival Symphony orchestra; and the Naples Philharmonic.

As a jazz musician, Glenn has performed with Ira Sullivan, Simon Salz, Lew Delgatto and Gene Bertoncini. He is featured on the Miami Saxophone Quartet’s recordings Four More Giant Steps and on Skitch Henderson’s Swinging with Strings on the Arbors jazz label. He has produced two jazz CDs, Blue Moon and Blue Bossa, from a live concert in 2005 with guitarist Simon Salz. Glenn has been concertmaster of the Naples Philharmonic since 1994.


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