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Cherry, Glen (1973-Present)

Violinist from South Dakota who attended Boston University, Interlochen Arts Academy and the New England Conservatory, where he took formal studies with James Buswell.  He graduated in 1995.

On 18th August 1996, he and pianist Miri Yampolsky delivered the world premiere of Kevin Beavers’ “Sonata for Violin and Piano” at Tanglewood.

He joined the Fort Wayne Philharmonic as their associate concertmaster, a post he held for two years.  In Miami Beach, Florida, he was a member of the New World Symphony, for whom he served as co-concertmaster.  From 2001 to 2004, he worked with the National Symphony Orchestra in Washington, D.C.

In January 2006, he joined the ranks of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.  This also opened up some other opportunities, such as recording with the Boston Pops and the Boston Symphony Chamber Players.

You can see and hear him in action on the 2009 DVD, Chris Botti in Boston and in 2010 he performed on Plain Song, Fantastic Dances – Chamber Music by American Composers with the Boston  Symphony Chamber Players.

From Chris Botti Live in Boston where Glen performs as a member of the Boston Pops Orchestra….