Glenn Siebert

Glenn Siebert urges his students to recognize and develop their unique strengths and passions, to be flexible, open minded and creative. Siebert feels that this prepares them for a variety of opportunities that may impact their career choices.

Career Highlights

  • Count Almaviva in Rossini’s "Il Barbiere di Siviglia" with the Hamburgische Staatsoper
  • Tenor soloist Beethoven’s "9th Symphony" Philadelphia Orchestra
  • Tenor soloist, Arabesque recording of Mendelssohn’s "Paulus," Royal Scottish National Orchestra
  • Director of Magnolia Baroque Festival
  • Tenor soloist, Orff’s "Carmina Burana," New York Philharmonic

Awards, Recognitions and Honors

  • National Endowment for the Arts grant
  • William Matheus Sullivan Musical Foundation grant
  • Metropolitan Opera National Council, Regional winner


  • National Association of Teachers of Singing
  • American Choral Directors Association


M.M.Indiana University

B.M.Indiana University