Thomas G. Glenn
Glenn grew up playing piano and singing, but turned to voice when he saw others were better at him at piano. He had been leaning toward a career in jazz until he was asked to sing Johann Sebastian Bach’s St. Matthew Passion by Douglas E. Bush, a professor at Brigham Young University.
- Atlanta Symphony
- Berkeley Symphony
- China National Symphony Orchestra
- The Cleveland Orchestra
- Colorado Symphony Orchestra
- The English National Opera
- Festival Opera
- The Lyric Opera of Chicago
- Marin Symphony, CA
- The Metropolitan Opera
- National Arts Centre Orchestra of Canada
- Netherlands Opera
- New Hampshire Symphony Orchestra
- San Francisco Opera
- San Francisco Symphony
- Santa Rosa Symphony
- Seattle Symphony
- West Edge Opera, Berkeley, CA
- Adler Fellowship at San Francisco Opera
- Concours International de Chant de Canari, France
- 2011 Grammy Award, Best Opera Recording as part of the ensemble cast of John Adams's Doctor Atomic (a 2005 recording of the Metropolitan Opera conducted by Alan Gilbert and released by Sony Classical)
- semifinalist in the Monserrat Caballé Competition
- "And the Grammy Goes To..." by Charlene Renberg Winters, BYU Magazine, Spring 2012. Accessed May 3, 2012.
- Official bio, thomas-glenn.com. Accessed May 3, 2012.
- "Grammy Awards 2012: Gustavo Dudamel, L.A. Philharmonic win" Los Angeles Times. Accessed May 3, 2012.
- "Latter-day Saint tenor part of Grammy-winning opera cast" Church News published March 3, 2012. Accessed May 3, 2012