Ellen Breakfield Glick Applied Faculty, Clarinet
Music & Communication Building,
Clarinetist Ellen Breakfield Glick joined the faculty at Cleveland State University in 2013. She became involved in the Cleveland community when she began performing regularly with CityMusic Cleveland in 2011. As a freelancer, she frequently appears with the Michigan Philharmonic and Dearborn Symphony Orchestra and is an active recitalist throughout the midwest. An avid chamber musician, she has performed for a wide range of audiences throughout the United States, at venues such as Lincoln Center and Kilbourn Hall. She has participated in music festivals throughout the United States and Canada and, this summer, will be a Resident Artist at the Atlantic Music Festival in Waterville, Maine. She is featured as assistant principal clarinet on the Canadian Brass & Eastman Wind Ensemble’s album Manhattan Music (Opening Day Records, 2008). Dr. Breakfield Glick received a Bachelor of Music Degree from the Eastman School of Music and Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts Degrees from the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre and Dance. Her teachers have included Daniel Gilbert, Kenneth Grant, Robert DiLutis, Michael Webster and Harry Hill.