Glenn Schellenberg

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Glenn Schellenberg is a Canadian composer. He is a frequent collaborator of director John Greyson, having composed the music for three of Greyson's films. For one of these films, Zero Patience, Schellenberg was nominated, along with Greyson, for a Genie Award for Best Original Song for the song "Just Like Scheherazade".[1]

Prior to his composing work, Schellenberg was a member of the synth-pop band TBA in the 1980s,[2] along with Paul Hackney, Steven Bock and Andrew Zealley.[2]

He subsequently pursued doctoral work in psychology, specializing in the role of music in human cognition. He is currently a professor of psychology at the University of Toronto Mississauga.


  1. ^ "Award Category and Show: 15th Genies: Best Original Song". Canada's Awards Database. Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television. Archived from the original on 2009-01-08. Retrieved 2009-01-08. 
  2. ^ a b "TBA: No-Strings Band". The Body Politic, February 1981.

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