Benoit Glazer

Benoit Glazer is a studio musician from Montréal with hundreds of recording credits, who toured North America and Europe in the 80’s and 90’s. He taught at McGill University for a decade, conducted studio orchestras and television galas, and then conducted La Nouba, Cirque du Soleil, for 18 years. He has scored some films, and composes concert music for his own pleasure. He founded the Timucua Arts Foundation in 2000 with his wife and is at the forefront of chamber arts in Florida. His concert music has been played in Europe, at Tanglewood, in Colorado, Canada, and in Florida. You can find him every week at his unique, 100 seat concert venue: his living room, where musicians from around the world flock to play the music they want to play, how they want to play it, for an appreciative, diverse audience.

Flying Machine – Kiss – This is by far the shortest movement of a 16 movement suite composed to go with Al Rocheleau’s poetry suite: Flying Machine based on works by Leonardo Da Vinci. Wind Quintet concert at Timucua in February 2018.
Piazzo (excerpt) – Accordion, rhythm section and string orchestra (strings all played by my teenage kids), this is an excerpt of one of the pieces for a film score.
Therapy – Piano solo. Another excerpt from a movie. The therapist does not talk…surreal scenes where the patient does all the talking.