Rhapsodie presents an elegant blend of artistry and repertoire. Their unique interpretations bring to  life the wealth of literature for this ensemble. Original works from Baroque to Romantic and Contemporary make sharing an evening with Rhapsodie a memorable musical experience.

Glennda Dove Pellito, flute, is a member of the faculty at SUNY Geneseo, the Hochstein Music School and RIT. She performs with several chamber music ensembles including the Sampler Trio with whom she records on the Sampler Record label and the Geneseo Woodwind Quintet. Ms. Dove has performed at the National Flute Conventions in Detroit and Boston and travels extensively as a soloist, clinician, and flute historian. While at the Eastman School of Music she studied with Joseph Mariano and received a Bachelor of Music degree. Traveling to London for graduate work at the Royal College of Music, she studied with John  Francis and earned an Associate diploma. Ms. Dove has participated in master classes held by Jean-Pierre Rampal and Marcel Moyse.

Barbara Dechario, harp. For more information about Barbara, please click here.
David Hult, viola, a winner of the Viola Virtuoso Prize at the Hudson Valley International String Artist Competition, balances an active career as a guest soloist, a chamber and orchestral musician, and teacher. His performances have taken him all over the United States and Europe. He has performed extensively as a solo violist for the Juilliard Chamber Players and the New York Chamber Orchestra. As violist with the Hampshire String Quartet and the Tremont String Quartet, he premiered numerous compositions which have been recorded on the Opus 1 and Centaur Record labels. A graduate of the Interlochen Arts Academy, Mr. Hult received his Bachelor’s degree from the Eastman School of Music and his Master’s and DMA degrees at the Juilliard School. His teachers have included Ivan Galamian, Millard Taylor, and Paul Doktor. Currently, Mr. Hult is a member of the faculty at Nazareth College and the Chautauqua Music School.
 “Rhapsodie gave an enchanting performance at Hochstein, by tur