Kendra Grittani is a talented and experienced young cellist. She started playing at the age of four, and completed her Bachelors in Performance from the Schulich School of Music at McGill University in 2015 as well as her Masters in Cello Performance at McGill University in 2018. Kendra completed her studies with accomplished cellist, chamber musician, and professor, Elizabeth Dolin. Her past teachers include Paul Widner, teacher at the University of Toronto and Glenn Gould School, and Juno and Grammy award-nominated cellist Professor Matt Haimovitz.
Kendra and Enzo spent the past week performing at the Elba Film Festival, where their music video was nominated, and received an honourable mention award. Check out the events on the festival Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Event/Elba-Film-Festival-2015031...
I’m very excited to present the first of two video projects that I worked on last month. Thank you so much to Enzo De Rosa for inviting me to perform with him. Looking forward to our future performances together.
Kendra will be performing with her Chamber group Trio Meira in Vienna in May and in Nice, France in July.
Trio Meira won the 2017/2018 McGill Chamber Music Competition, and will be performing/attending the Mozarteum in Vienna.
Kendra is currently attending the Zodiac Music Festival http://www.zodiacfestival.com/ .
She will be performing solo and with her McGill Chamber trio on July 12, 7pm at the Chapelle Saint-Pierre à Cagnes-sur-Mer.
Other performances are listed at http://archives.nicematin.com/sortir/agenda/classique/zodiac-music-festi...
Kendra played with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra on October 13 and 15, 2016 as the TSO welcomed pianist Yuja Wang. The concert was amazing, as evidenced by the following reviews:
TSO delivers familiar but stirring performance under Krzysztof Urbanski