Westminster Concert Series: Pianist Gloria Griner
Monday, April 23, 2012
5801 West Bethel Avenue
|What||Music - all-ages concerts, classical music, concerts, piano|
Mrs. Gloria Griner, retired professor of piano, music education and piano for conductors at Ball State University, will be performing for the Muncie Symphony Orchestra as part of the Westminster Concert Series.
Mrs. Griner, a local pianist, is known for her long time dedication to the arts within the Ball State Community. A founding board member of the Muncie Symphony Orchestra, Gloria has dedicated both her time and talents to the symphony. Mrs. Griner is also an active member at the Ball State University Museum of Art as a sustaining member and past president of the Ball State University Art Alliance. Both Gloria and her husband Ned have been long time supporters of the museum. Mrs. Griner has also developed a significant part of the community engagement on behalf of the Museum of Art, as a former member of the Art Museum’s Benefactors Society. Mrs. Griner will perform works by Debussy, as well as a host of the worlds most beautiful classical pieces. The concert will be a unique and beautiful experience, as Mrs. Griner shares a portion of her vast background from a spectrum of visual and musical artistry.