On April 10, 2013, Ms. Klaverenga performed at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. for the Kennedy Center Conservatory Project.
"The Conservatory Project is an initiative of Performing Arts for Everyone's Millennium Stage. The Conservatory Project creates an ongoing showcase for our nation's exceptional young talent and introduces Washington audiences to young musicians destined to have important careers."
On April 14, 2012, Ms. Klaverenga presented the world premiere of the Guitar Concerto in A Minor by Grammy-winning cellist Rene Schiffer, a founding and current member of the Cleveland Baroque Orchestra's Apollo's Fire. This concerto was performed to a sold- out audience of 1,200, was commissioned by the Lafayette Symphony Orchestra, and has been dedicated to Ms. Klaverenga.
Ms. Klaverenga received her Master of Music Degree in Classical Guitar Performance from the world-renowned Cleveland Institute of Music in Cleveland, Ohio in 2017 after studying with Grammy-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux. She also completed her Bachelor of Music Degree in Classical Guitar Performance in 2015 from the Cleveland Institute of Music with Mr. Vieaux. She has also studied privately with Denis Azabagic of the Chicago College of Performing Arts and Anne Waller of Northwestern
University. She has performed in master classes with the most prestigious names in the classical guitar world by personal invitation, and is a three-time recipient of the "Michael and Amelia Alban Award in Guitar" from the Cleveland Institute of Music. Ms. Klaverenga has also received the "Recognition of Accomplishments Award" from the Indiana State House of Representatives.
A complete listing of past solo concerts, music videos, concert footage, additional recommendations, and information on Ms. Klaverenga's 3 CD recordings can be found at: www.chaconneklaverenga.com