Bandmaster Glenn Barlow
Born into the Boscombe Corps, UK Territory, Glenn was involved at an
early age in the corps sections as a promising young cornet player.
Glenn moved onward and upward, going on to study trumpet at the world
renowned Royal Academy of Music in London, gaining his Bachelor of Music
(Honours) and the LRAM, FTCL, LGSM and ALCM diplomas. During his tenure
at the Academy, he was a member of the Enfield Citadel Band as its
Soprano cornet player for 5 years under the direction of Bandmaster James
His conducting has not been limited to the brass band, having conducted
the Colorado Symphony and the Vancouver Symphony. In June of 1994, Glenn
celebrated his 18th birthday by staging and conducting a performance of
the rarely heard Mahler Symphony No.8 (Symphony of a Thousand) at
London's Royal Festival Hall.
Glenn Barlow was appointed Bandmaster in April 2004, following six years
of service as a member and 2 years as deputy bandmaster at the North
York Temple Corps.
For more information about the North York Temple Band, visit their website at www.nytb.ca
Sound Room Credits
Cornet ... Robert Venables
Conductor ... Bandmaster Glenn Barlow
Accompanied by ... North York Temple Band