Glenn Riddle

Melbourne-born pianist/conductor, Glenn Riddle studied at the Royal College of Music in London and at the Vienna Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst, before returning to Australia, to complete a Master of Music degree in Performance at the Faculty of Music, University of Melbourne. His numerous awards and prizes include the prestigious Horlock and Clarke scholarships, two Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Trust scholarships, an Ian Potter Foundation Award, as well as First Prize in the 1982 inaugural John Allison Scholarship and the 1986 National Yamaha Piano Competition. Currently Glenn is Lecturer in Music at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, University of Melbourne, and teaching piano at both post-graduate and undergraduate level. Glenn Riddle’s performances as both soloist and chamber musician have taken him to the USA, Europe, South-East Asia, and throughout Australia.

 

Dance

Dance Troupes

Speech and Drama

Senior Vocals

Modern Vocals Pop and Musical Theatre

Piano

String Instruments

Wind Instruments