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Glenn Langdon. Conductor. Pianist.

Glenn Langdon. Conductor. Pianist.

60 cities in the United States

60 cities in the United States

60 cities in the United States

A veteran of Broadway shows, Glenn was Music Director of the touring proudction of Andrew Lloyd Webber's the Phantom of the Opera for 14 years, conducting thousands of performances of the world's most successful Broadway musical production.

A veteran of Broadway shows, Glenn was Music Director of the touring proudction of Andrew Lloyd Webber's the Phantom of the Opera for 14 years, conducting thousands of performances of the world's most successful Broadway musical production.

A veteran of Broadway shows, Glenn was Music Director of the touring proudction of Andrew Lloyd Webber's the Phantom of the Opera for 14 years, conducting thousands of performances of the world's most successful Boradway musical production.

10 years Music Director for Houston Ballet

10 years Music Director for Houston Ballet

10 years Music Director for Houston Ballet

With his wide musical curiosity and a strong interest in story telling, Glenn was inevitably drawn to work in the field of dance. As Music Director he conducted the breadth of the classical repertory.

With his wide musical curiosity and a strong interest in story telling, Glenn was inevitably drawn to work in the field of dance. As Music Director he conducted the breadth of the classical repertory.

Conducting the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra in a performance of Delta Festival Ballet's the Nutcracker

Conducting the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra in a performance of Delta Festival Ballet's the Nutcracker

5 years to the day after suffering a nerve injury which left Glenn’s right hand and arm devoid of feeling, he celebrated his return to piano performance with a recital at Klavierhaus in New York City, January 25, 2012.

There is no greater motivator, or testament to the healing power of music, than regaining a gift that’s been taken away.

5 years to the day after suffering a nerve injury which left Glenn’s right hand and arm devoid of feeling, he celebrated his return to piano performance with a recital at Klavierhaus in New York City, January 25, 2012.

There is no greater motivator, or testament to the healing power of music, than regaining a gift that’s been taken away.

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