Glenn Webb

COUNTRY United States      


Glenn Webb teaches percussion at Dixie State University in St. George, Utah and is the Chairman of the Music Department. He also directs the Jazz Band.

As a performer, Glenn performs for 2,000 patrons six services a week at the Tuacahn Center for the Arts in Southern Utah. There he has performed the Regional Theater Premieres of Tarzan, The Little Mermaid, and Aladdin in addition to many other shows. In 2013 he played the regional premiere of Mary Poppins.

Webb is solo percussionist with the Utah Arts Festival Chamber Ensemble premiering new works every year. He also is a member of the Canyonlands New Music Ensemble and Principal Percussion with the Utah Chamber Ensemble and Ballet West. In addition, Webb has freelanced with the Utah Symphony and Opera. During the 2002 Winter Olympic Games he was a featured performer in the 2002 Cultural Olympiad with the Jose Limon Dance Company and Repertory Dance Theater.

In 2009 Webb performed the American premiere of Lee Actor's Concerto for Timpani and Band with the Dixie State University Symphony Band. In 2013 he performed Rosauro's Concerto for Vibraphone and Orchestra with the Southwest Symphony Orchestra. Currently he lead the Southern Utah Rebel Jazz Band from the drum throne and sets out front to play vibes.

Professor Webb received his Bachelor of Music Education degree from Weber State University and his Master of Music in Percussion Performance from the University of Utah. He is pursuing a DMA in Percussion Performance at UNLV.

Webb instructed bands and orchestras in Utah public schools for 14 years and served as Conductor and Music Director for Sandy City summer musicals for nine years. He has adjudicated and presented clinics throughout the West and has presented the UMEA conference.

Colin Hill

Ttu Faculty Jazz Combo

Joe W. Moore III

Lsu Steel Drum Ensemble

4-Mality Percussion Quartet

Nick Petrella

Sabian / University Of Missouri-kansas City Conservatory

Eric Christopher Hines

Independent Percussionist And Educator