Glenn discovered his passion for music at the age of five when he began singing arias, winning various choral contests during his childhood. Encouraged by musical family members, Glenn studied piano, voice, and dance throughout high school and performed in musicals and choral events, often as a soloist.
At the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill Glenn sang in the famed “Carolina Choir” under the direction of Dr. Laura Hoggard. It was there that he first met and performed with Dave Brubeck in the world premiere of Mr. Brubeck’s first oratorio, “The Light in the Wilderness”.
After undergraduate studies, Glenn enrolled in the conservatory of the University of Innsbruck, Austria. Although his concentration was classical piano, it was there he first performed with guitar for the Austrian-American society. This led to membership in the “Kammerchor Mentleberg” and to many concerts throughout northern and central Europe.
Returning to America, Glenn continued his musical studies in Boston, Massachusetts. Through a television appearance, he received an invitation to perform for the prestigious John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C. This premier performance was his springboard to concert and television appearances throughout the country.
I am grateful to have spent my life immersed in the wonderful world of music. My goal is to help "children of all ages" experience the immeasurable joy and inspiration music and performance can add to their lives. Here's to many more years of melody and merriment!