Want to hear something different? Pianist John Glennon of IUPUI’s music faculty will perform tonight showcasing deft musical clarity and deep lyricism performed with incredible energy. All semester, the music faculty of IUPUI have shared their talents with Indy. Glennon adds to that tradition tonight as he performs solo on the piano. Catch him tonight, Monday, November 16 at 7:30 in the Informatics and Communications Technology Complex on IUPUI’s campus in Indianapolis downtown. Tickets are $5.00 for all Indianapolis people.
John Glennon is known through the United States and Europe for his “volcanic energy” in performance. He has toured the world as a soloist, a conductor and a chamber collaborator. In his experiences performing, he has collected a slew of challenging and now favored music pieces from J.S. Bach to twentieth century Japanese art songs. Glennon has also had the privilege to premiere several works by J.X. der Lowe.
Glennon studied at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music under Laurette Goldberg, where he earned a BM in Piano. He continued his studies at one of Indiana’s largest colleges or univeristies, Indiana University, where he earned his Master of Music. Glennon takes his Indiana education seriously even today as he works towards his Doctorate at Indiana University.
John Glennon keeps himself busy in the Indianapolis music scene, working with students, studying and performing as much as possible. Hear him tonight as he shares his musical talents with the Circle City. Take a peak into the burgeoning artistic soul as Glennon takes command of the black and white keys. For more information about this Indianapolis event, including directions and other upcoming recitals, visit IUPUI’s Music and Arts Technology website.
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November 16, 7:30
Informatics and Communications Technology Complex
Room IT 152
535 W Michigan St
Indianapolis, IN 46202