Piano soloist, conductor, chamber collaborator and accompanist John Glennon has performed throughout the US and Europe, on both historical and modern instruments. His diverse repertoire ranges from instrumental pieces in the Faenza Codex and J.S. Bach to twentieth century Japanese art songs, works by Elinor Armer and Jean-Louis Petit, as well as the world premieres of several pieces by renowned composer J.X. der Löwe. He has played in masterclasses for Martin Canin, Nelita True, Aleksander Peskanov, Arthur Haas, Jacques Ogg, Elisabeth Wright and Pierre Hantaï, and has studied with Mr. Canin, Carroll Meyer, Madeleine Hsu, Mr. Haas, Mr. Ogg, Paul O’Dette and Ms. Wright. In demand as a choral conductor, he has studied and performed extensively with John Poole and Paul Hillier. He currently serves as an instructor in Choral/Vocal Music at Napa Valley College, and resides in San Francisco.