Described as “a voice to watch out for” by CBC’s Bill Richardson, Joseph Glaser’s music draws inspiration from instruments and the people who play them to create meaningful dialogue on stage. Currently pursuing a Master’s degree at McGill University in Montreal studying underJean Lesage, his thesis explores the relationship between physical gesture and instrumental sound. Joseph holds a degree from the University of British Columbia where he studied under Jocelyn Morlock, Dorothy Chang, Keith Hamel and Stephen Chatman.
composer, conductor, arranger
Good Material Video Collaboration
With James Kendall-Ward & Andrea Hoff
TED x TerryTalk
At the University of British Columbia
Improvisation session with FAWN Chamber Creative. Adam Scime, Bass; Darren Creech, Piano; Jonathan Russel MacArthur, Tenor.