Glenn Munro Resume

Born and brought up in Glasgow, Glenn spent two years attending the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama Junior School where his tutors included Barry Collarbone and Iain Muirhead.
He continued his studies as a full-time student at the RSAMD from 1985 to 1989. During this time he studied with Nigel Boddice and John Gracie (principal trumpet Royal Scottish National Orchestra)
As a student at the RSAMD Glenn was a finalist in the Governors Brass recital prize on three occasions and received the "British Reserve" prize for early music. During this time he was also principal trumpet of the Academy Symphony Orchestra, Wind ensemble and appeared as soloist with the RSAMD Chamber Orchestra and Glasgow Festival Strings.
In the field of chamber music, Glenn was a founder member of "Athenaeum Brass" and appeared throughout Scotland with this group.
His freelance playing career has seen him perform with most of the major Scottish Orchestras including the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra. He has also recorded for BBC Radio and TV.
Over the last 20 years, Glenn has continued to perform with various orchestras throughout Scotland in addition to appearing as a soloist in recital performances throughout the North East of Scotland.

Updated:  May 14, 2010

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