Glendower Jones, music dealer/publisher and baritone, is a native of Louisiana and a graduate of Southeastern Louisiana University and Southern Methodist University (MSM, MM, 1977). Living in New York City since 1978, he has received critical acclaim from the New York Times for his portrayals in Bach's Passions and as soloist in FaurÈ's Requiem with the Orchestra of St. Luke's and the St. Thomas Choir of Men and Boys. Past seasons have included performances with many organizations, most notably the Music Festivals of Aldeburgh, Banff, Hong Kong, Jerusalem, Marlboro and Spoleto. He was employed by the Joseph Patelson Music House in New York from 1985-1990, where he was well-known to all members of the vocal arts community in New York City as the authority on vocal music, repertoire and publication. Joseph Patelson was his friend and mentor and inspired the formation of Classical Vocal Repertoire.
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