Ana Glig (Gligvashvili) is an award-winning concert pianist praised for her ability to “capture hearts” by Musical America. A recipient of Alfred Cortot’s prize for the best interpretation of romantic music, Glig has performed internationally in Europe and the United States in solo and chamber settings. As an orchestra soloist, Glig has debuted with Georgia and Israeli symphonic orchestras. In the review of her album “Reminiscences,” Fanfare Magazine recognized Glig’s playing for its “… sensitivity” and “ability to finely capture some of Georgia’s haunting, elusive film melodies … as well as anyone on disc.” A native of Georgia, Glig can trace her first musical impressions to her early childhood and Georgian polyphonic singing. Glig is a founder of MusArt Interconnections; a multi-media project of concerts, which launched in early 2020.
Come hear her perform a tribute to her teacher, Revaz Tavadz, in the Center’s acoustically stellar Great Hall.
Due to the evolving COVID-19 situation, the Cultural Center will take additional precautions to keep everyone on our campus safe. The improvements we made to our ventilation system and other aspects of our facility during the pandemic continue to contribute to the safety of our constituents, but we have also implemented a vaccination policy, effective until further notice:
For the health, safety, and well-being of our patrons, staff, volunteers, and creatives, the Cultural Center of Cape Cod requires that guests attending indoor ticketed events or classes must be vaccinated or provide a negative COVID test taken within 72 hours.
At check-in, all guests must either present proof that they meet the CDC definition of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19, either in the form of a physical vaccination card or a photo of the card OR present proof of a negative COVID test with that test taken within 72 hours of the indoor event/class.