Glenn Stallcop
Featured on New Music Arizona Concert, June 13, 2008, 7:30 p.m.

Glenn Stallcop, an active and versatile composer, musician, and teacher, was born in 1950 in Vancouver, Wash., and grew up in Seattle. He received a bachelor’s of music degree from the University of Washington in 1976 and a master’s degree in music from Arizona State University in 1993, where he was awarded Outstanding Graduate in Music History, Theory, and Composition. His major teachers include Robert Suderberg, William Bergsma, and Chinary Ung for composition, Ring Warner and Steve Brewster for double bass, and Frits Scavenius for piano. In 1973, Stallcop moved to Phoenix to take a position as double bassist with The Phoenix Symphony, a position he still holds. He was also appointed principal double bass in the Flagstaff Festival of the Arts summer orchestra in 1993, after serving as assistant principal since 1983.