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GLENN BASHAM

Glenn Basham is a professor of instrumental performance at the University of Miami Frost School of Music. He has been a member of the Frost artist faculty since 1992 and the concertmaster of the Naples Philharmonic Orchestra since 1994. He is also first violinist in the Bergonzi String Quartet, the quartet-in-residence at the Frost School of Music. Glenn Basham has a BM degree from the North Carolina School of the Arts and an MM degree from Indiana University. Previously he played with the Detroit Symphony under Antal Dorati and was a member of the Chester String Quartet. As a jazz musician, he has performed with Ira Sullivan, Simon Salz, and John Blake, and is featured on recordings with the Miami Saxophone Quartet and Skitch Henderson.


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