Cecilia Gigliotti's performance of "Per la gloria d'adorarvi" from Griselda at the Tri-M Music Honors Society Induction Ceremony at New Britain High School (5/31/12):
Celeste Gigliotti's solo in "Cantar" at the Hartford Middle Magnet/Trinity College Academy's choral concert (5/21/12). [Note actual song doesn't atart until the 1:20 mark. Apologies for the poor paternal cinematography.]:
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