Director of Music
Glenn Siebert has appeared with many of the world’s most acclaimed symphony orchestras as a tenor soloist, including the New York Philharmonic, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Boston Symphony, Cleveland Orchestra, Philadelphia Orchestra, Chicago Symphony, St. Louis Symphony, Royal Flanders Philharmonic, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, Boston Pops, Royal Scottish Philharmonic, Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal and Florida Philharmonic.
Glenn’s operatic appearances include leading roles in the operas of Mozart, Britten, Donizetti, Rossini and others with the Hamburgische Staatsoper, San Francisco Opera, Santa Fe Opera, Washington Opera, Opera Theater of St. Louis, Denver Opera, Asturias Festival in Oviedo, Spain, Baltimore Opera, Cleveland Opera, Minnesota Opera and Hawaii Opera.
He has participated as soloist in summer festivals and chamber music festivals, appearing with the Ravinia Festival in Chicago, the Blossom Festival in Cleveland, Blair Music Festival in Scotland, the Newport Music Festival, and the New York Festival of Song.
Glenn’s recordings include Mendelssohn’s Paulus with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Handel’s Acis and Galatea with the Seattle Symphony, Berlioz’s Lelio with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Schubert’s Mass in E Flat with the Atlanta Symphony, Nothing Divine is Mundane: Songs of Virgil Thomson, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony with Brussel’s Anima Eterna and most recently Songs of G.W. Chadwick with pianist Peter Kairoff.
Glenn has been on the faculty of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts since 1991 and the founder-director of the Magnolia Baroque Festival since 2004. Prior to coming to Home Church, he was director of music at Calvary Moravian Church and Parkway United Church of Christ in Winston-Salem.
Jonathan comes to us from Kernersville Moravian Church, where he served as Director of Music/Organist for the past two years. Prior to that, Jonathan served as Organist/Accompanist at Ardmore Baptist Church, where he chaired the visual and performing arts series Arts at Ardmore and organized and performed in the biennial Keyboards at Christmas.