Kent State University’s Glauser String Quartet will perform a free concert on Sunday, April 13 at 2 pm. The accomplished members of this group are Yang Zeng, Jeff Millen, Haojian Wang, and Samuel Huang.
Zeng is a member of the Akron Symphony Orchestra, principle second violin of the Mansfield Symphony Orchestra, and concertmaster of the KSU Orchestra. He is the 2013 recipient of the Leopold Sipe Memorial Award for Excellence in Music Performance.
Millen began playing cello at 11 years old. He is pursuing a master’s degree in cello performance at KSU.
Wang is from Yantai, China. Last fall, he played in the Canton Symphony Orchestra. He is a graduate student at KSU studying viola and chamber music.
Huang is a graduate assistant at Kent State University where he is studying violin performance. He is a concertmaster of the KSU Orchestra and a member of the Akron Symphony Orchestra.
No registration is required for this free all-ages event; however because space is limited, audience members must pick up a pass at the 2nd floor information desk beginning ½ hour before the concert.
For more information, contact the Information Desk at [email protected] or 330.673.4414.