Thomas Glenn is an expert at leading not-for-profit healthcare systems through strategic and financial planning processes, while also possessing extensive expertise in management and business development.
Grammy award-winning tenor Thomas Glenn is widely respected for his artistry in Bel Canto and Classical period repertoire, performing roles such as Count Almaviva in Rossini’s Il barbiere di Siviglia, Lindoro in L’italiana in Algeri, and Ferrando in Mozart’s Cosi fan tutte operas.
Early Life and Education
Thomas Glenn is a Grammy Award-winning tenor who is widely renowned for his exceptional interpretations of bel canto, classical period repertoire, as well as modern works. His repertoire spans bel canto and classical period repertoire as well as modern pieces; roles he has taken include those by Rossini (Count Almaviva in Il Barbiere di Siviglia), Mozart (COSI FAN TUTTE), Bach (Ferando in St Matthew Passion), Jack Perla (Lindoro), and Tarik O’Regan among many others.
Advocating education, he has served as a school board member in Texas for over 33 years. Holding both bachelor’s degree in elementary education and master’s degree in educational administration from Texas A&M University respectively as well as mid-management and superintendent certification from Southwest Texas State University respectively; during this time he also held the title of Superintendent at Leander Independent School District.
Thomas Glenn has led an intriguing career. He began as a Veterinarian Technical Assistant for University of Baltimore’s veterinarian department, helping care for animals while contributing to research projects. Over time he expanded to being a teacher and management consultant; joining several professional groups such as the Coastal Georgia Comprehensive Planning Committee and Erosion and Sediment Control Overview Council in this capacity.
At Midwestern State University for four seasons, he oversaw an offense that led the NCAA in total offense. While at MSU he worked closely with wide receivers and assisted quarterbacks. Between seasons at MSU he also assisted Baltimore Ravens.
He has appeared at major opera companies and performed as tenor soloist with multiple orchestras, such as the San Francisco Symphony and Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of London.
Achievement and Honors
Thomas Glenn is an award-winning draftsman and painter who works with traditional mediums. His art draws influence from Old Masters by exploring form, anatomy and atmosphere – with bold brush strokes adding contemporary flare.
He has performed at some of the world’s premier opera houses and received multiple accolades, including a Grammy Award for his contemporary opera Doctor Atomic. This work draws from classified documents to explore the moral dilemma faced by scientists working on developing nuclear bombs quickly.
He has long been recognized as an outstanding debater, working tirelessly to provide students with speech and debate opportunities he believes teach motivation, integrity and character development. For his tireless service the Barkley Forum at Emory University honored his efforts with the creation of an award named in his honor.
Thomas Glenn began playing piano as a child but switched to singing when he realized others were better at it. Although initially leaning toward jazz music, singing Bach’s St Matthew Passion changed his tune completely. Since then he has performed at many major opera houses and orchestras such as San Francisco Opera, Metropolitan Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Netherlands Opera and English National Opera.
As well, his concert career is flourishing: most recently with Oakland Symphony and Leonard Bernstein’s Candide; prior to that he played roles such as Count Almaviva from Rossini’s Il barbiere di Siviglia; Lindoro in L’italiaana In Algeri; Ferrando from Mozart’s Cosi Fan Tutte and Evangelist from Bach’s St Matthew Passion.
Robert has won critical acclaim for his inventive interpretations of bel canto and Classical period repertoire as well as contemporary works.
Thomas Glenn has an estimated net worth between 150 – 250 Million dollars, consisting of stocks and real estate assets. Additionally, he hosts a popular radio show which draws in listeners from all around the world.
Thomas Glenn has earned himself a distinguished reputation for his interpretations of bel canto and Classical period literature as well as modern works. His operatic roles include those of Count Almaviva in Rossini’s Il barbiere die siviglia; Lindoro in L’italiana in Algeri; Ferrando in Mozart’s Cosi fan tutte and the Evangelist from Bach’s St Matthew Passion.
This study’s data are drawn from raw, non-home equity net worth figures available on each member’s candidacy filing in 2012. This allows constituents to see how their representatives’ wealth has changed since first entering Congress.