Kyle Glasgow is a clarinetist, teacher, and audio technician based in the DMV area. Serving as both the clarinetist and primary administrator for IGNIS, Kyle aims to popularize and make wind quintet more accessible. Through collaborative efforts in community engagement and outreach, and with a particular interest in the crosssection between modern recording and production and chamber music, Kyle aims to push both the boundaries of chamber music and classical clarinet beyond the standard canon. He has a multifaceted skill set with additional skills in clarinet repair, reed making, conducting, and audio production. Specializing in the Eb Clarinet, he is an experienced auxiliary clarinetist and can be heard on several reference recordings for the Naxos musical database. Kyle has performed in clinics and masterclasses around the world including the Princess of Asturias program in Spain, ClarinetFest in Ostend Belgium, and the Interlochen Center for the Arts, among others. He teaches a private studio of all ages both near the DMV and across the east coast. A flexible musician with skill in multiple styles, Kyle also enjoys playing in the Polka Terps polka band and the Machaya klezmer band. He holds both a B.M and M.M in clarinet performance from the University of Maryland School of Music. Kyle is a student of Robert DiLutis.
Sept. 20 Machaya Klezmer Band
Revitz House in Silver Spring MD
Oct. 4 Machaya Klezmer Band
Revitz House Pt 2
Oct. 13 IGNIS @ Arts Club of Washington
Featuring a program of 20th and 21st century quintet works, as well as a commission of Arirang, a Korean Folk Song
New album in the works! Stay tuned for more.