Glenn Einschlag

Glenn Einschlag


Principal Bassoonist of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra since 1999, Glenn Einschlag has performed with the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Indianapolis Symphony, and the Colorado Music Festival Orchestra. Mr. Einschlag has performed concerti with the Ars Nova Chamber Orchestra, the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Erie Chamber Orchestra, among others. Mr. Einschlag has participated in the Aspen, Tanglewood, Spoleto (USA), and Domaine Forget (Canada) festivals. He can be heard on the Beau Fleuve, Naxos, and EMI recording labels.
Mr. Einschlag teaches at the Glenn Gould School in Toronto. He has presented master classes at the Colburn Conservatory, the University of Michigan, the Eastman School of Music, and Rice University, among others.
Educated at The Juilliard School, The Curtis Institute of Music, and Rice University, he has studied with Harold Goltzer, Marc Goldberg, Bernard Garfield, William Winstead, Norman Herzberg, and Ben Kamins.

Lecture – Glenn Einschlag


It could be argued that the process of breaking in bassoon reeds causes the most confusion out of every aspect of making bassoon reeds. While forming blanks, one constructs each reed to the same dimensions, unless an experiment is being conducted. When the tip is clipped, one must then make decisions based on the individual […]

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Recital Solo – Glenn Einschlag


Sonata No. 2, Damian Montaño (1976) Allegro angolare Largo abbattuto Scherzo leggero Allegro mobile Glitter and Be Gay (transcription by Andrew Bisantz), Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990) Pub: Leonard Bernstein Music Publishing Company, LLC Glenn Einschlag, Bassoon Alexandra Nguyen, Piano

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