Dr. Anne Glass
Faculty Piano Accompanist
Anne Glass, Professor of Music, is a native of South Carolina. She attended Coker College and graduated from Stetson University with a Bachelor of Music degree. She holds a Master of Music degree in piano performance from George Peabody College. Associated with the music department since 1962, she has been a full-time member of the faculty since 1975. She teaches piano and Music 2050, a course for non-majors. Most active as an accompanist she attended the Franz-Schubert Institute in Baden, Austria where she participated in master classes of German lieder with Jorg Demus, Elly Ameling, Walter Berry, Erik Werba and Hans Hotter. She is frequently heard in APSU recitals where she has collaborated with every member of the instrumental and vocal faculty. She is organist at Trinity Episcopal Church, Clarksville, and is an active member of the musical life of the community. She holds membership and is past president of the local chapter of NFMC. Her private studio students regularly win highest honors in the NFMC Festival held each spring at APSU. She has served on the board of the Clarksville Community-APSU Concert Series for a decade and may be seen accompanying various high school choirs during concert season. She serves as adjudicator for piano auditions at schools and colleges in the surrounding area.
Phone: (931) 221-7635
Music/Mass Communication Building, Room 316