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DAVID M. GLASGOW is a Pennsylvania-based pianist, vocalist, composer, actor, and educator. Over the course of his three decades as a professional musician, he has performed, accompanied, and directed classical repertory (including composers such as Josquin and Ockeghem, Mozart and Beethoven, Lauridsen and Whitacre); jazz (Ellington, Hancock, Coltrane, Gillespie); gospel (Smallwood, Franklin); and pop (Mraz, Mars, P!nk, Bareilles). As an actor, he has appeared onstage as “Dr. Neville Craven” in Secret Garden, “Billy” in Anything Goes, and the diaper-clad title role of Bat Boy: The Musical. His credits as Musical Director include Into the Woods, Pippin, Lucky Stiff, and The Spitfire Grill—along with “two-hat” roles in Godspell (musical director and “Jesus”) and Fun Home (musical director and “Bruce”).
By day, David serves the Unitarian Universalist Association as a credentialed music leader, co-chair of Good Offices for the UU Musicians Network, and music director for the UUs of the Cumberland Valley; and as of July, 2017, he serves as Director of Music & Education for the Alsedek Theatre School and Open Stage of Harrisburg, managing their 180Prep and Musical Theatre Workshop programs. He also has a thriving studio of private students in voice, piano, and music theory.
David and his husband Mark celebrated 2015 by getting legally married on their 20th anniversary, and share a home in Boiling Springs, PA, with their four feline “kids”: Tobias, Sophia, Stewart, and Jake.
For more information, visit http://davidmglasgow.com.
Four different photos from my 2017 shoot with Kris Rogers, each cropped to three different aspects. To use in print media, click a photo to load the high-resolution image, then control-click (right-click) to download. Please do not use “screen shots” in print publicity!