Mr. Glenn E. Angus

Violin, Viola Teacher

Glenn Angus

SAA Member

The Glenn Angus Violin Studio is a private music studio located in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, and is dedicated to the enrichment of the lives of young people and adults through quality music-making.

The Glenn Angus Violin Studio has been in existence since 1974, and offers instruction in the Suzuki Method, as pioneered by noted Japanese pedagogue Shinichi Suzuki. The studio is directed by Glenn Angus.

In addition to performances of numerous solo recitals, many of the students from the Angus Violin Studio have performed with, or are now performing with area youth orchestras, including the F.A.M.E. Orchestra [Baltimore], the Calvert County Youth Orchestra, the Chesapeake Youth Orchestras, the DC Youth Symphony Orchestra, the Greater Baltimore Youth Orchestra, the Montgomery County Youth Orchestra, the Maryland Youth Symphony Orchestra, and the Northern Virginia Youth Orchestra. Many of these students are also present or past members of Anne Arundel All-County Orchestras, Calvert County Youth Orchestras, Prince George’s County Orchestras, and Maryland All-State Orchestras.

Past Angus Violin Studio students have gone on to pursue further musical studies at The University of Akron (OH), Bucknell University (PA), The Berklee School of Music [MA], The Curtis Institute of Music (PA), Frostburg University (MD), Millersville State University (PA), the Paris Conservatory (France), Salisbury State University (MD), The University of Delaware, The Julliard School of Music (NY), the University of Maryland (College Park), the University of Maryland at Baltimore County (UMBC), The University of Oklahoma, The University of Southern California, The San Francisco Conservatory (CA), The University of Virginia, West Virginia University, and Towson University (MD).

It is with great pride that I announce that a former student of Glenn Angus, violinist Andrew Grams, after graduating from the famed Julliard School of Music in New York, and from the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, occupied the post of Assistant Conductor with the renowned Cleveland Orchestra. Mr. Grams now conducts the Florida Symphony, and is a frequent Guest Conductor of both the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and the National Symphony Orchestra [locally], and in orchestras in Europe and the Orient.