Glenn Moore joined the Callanwolde Concert Band as a French Horn instrumentalist in May 2016 and guest conducted the band for its annual July 4th Pops Concert in Decatur. He led the band as its principal conductor for the September concert leading to his appointment as Music Director and Conductor in October 2016.
Glenn is an active musician who serves as a Conductor and performs as a Horn Player with local metro Atlanta community orchestras, bands and churches, also serving as Principal Horn and assistant conductor for the Southern Crescent Symphony Orchestra. He has numerous musical arrangements and compositions to his credit, including a Brass, Organ and string piece debuted earlier this year and a Concert Opener debuted by the band during the September concert to honor the Callanwolde Concert Band for its 45 years of providing music to the community.
He earned a Bachelor of Music degree (Cum Laude) from Saint Leo College (now University), a Master of Information Systems Management degree (with Distinction) from Keller Graduate School of Management, and has completed post-graduate doctoral course work at Capella University.
Mr. Moore retired from active military service in 1998 after completing nearly 22 years in the United States Army, serving in progressive music leadership positions from Section Leader to Bandmaster in six Army Bands, and on the staff and faculty at the Armed Forces School of Music. He also served as the Bandmaster and later, Commander/Conductor for the Georgia State Defense Force Band.
In his professional civilian career, Mr. Moore serves as the Associate Director for Informatics and Information Resources for the Center for Global Health employed at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Georgia. He resides with his wife of 39+ years in south metro Atlanta.