Richard Glazier Performs at the Lark



Richard Glazier
Dazzling Pianist & Master Storyteller!

Featuring acclaimed pianist and master storyteller Richard Glazier in a concert dedicated to fabulous movie music

In between songs Glazier tells fascinating backstage stories about the films and stars, shows rare film clips and exclusive interview footage.

Included are:
‘The Trolley Song’ from Meet Me in St. Louis
‘Sabre Dance’ Trans. by Oscar Levant, from Barkleys of Broadway
A Tribute to Harold Arlen with ‘The Man That Got Away’
from A Star is Born
Fiddler on the Roof Medley
‘Pure Imagination’ from Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory
‘They Can’t Take That Away From Me’ from Shall We Dance

And more!

"The playing was exceptional. Meticulous with detailing
and touch, free and easy with pulse...” 
— Los Angeles Times

Show Times
Sat, Jun 24 8:00pm   Buy Tickets

Richard Glazier's passion for the Great American Popular Song and more contemporary standards has led him to create special programs celebrating both eras. He plays incredible piano arrangements, then tells the history behind the songs, sharing fascinating stories about the composers, the shows, the films and the stars.  He also shares funny anecdotes. His programs often include vintage images and rare film clips. 

Richard Glazier has performed in almost every state and has been a soloist with Pops orchestras across the country.  Performance venues include Carnegie Hall, United Nations, Library of Congress, Smithsonian, Newport Festival, Ravinia, and more! Glazier has had three nationally broadcast television specials on PBS. The shows have won multiple awards, including four Telly Awards for Outstanding Achievement in entertainment, documentary and cultural programming. He has been featured on the PBS NewsHour and has produced six CDs for Centaur Records. Richard Glazier is a Steinway Artist.