Richard Glazier Returns to the Lark!




Richard Glazier: 
From Broadway to Hollywood! 

After a sellout performance last season, popular pianist/ storyteller Richard Glazier returns to the Lark with a whole new program of great tunes, anecdotes, and pictures from behind the scenes in “From Broadway to Hollywood.”

The program will be rich in familiar music from films and Broadway with such songs as:

  • I Got Rhythm
  • The Trolley Song
  • Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
  • People
  • Embraceable You
  • The Man I Love
  • ...and other memorable songs by the Gershwins, Cole Porter, Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer, Jule Styne and more!

Richard will be joined on stage by talented singer Noah Griffin for several songs!


Show Times
Sat, Feb 3 7:30pm   Buy Tickets
General $24
No Passes


Richard Glazier
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.

Noah Griffin
Attending college at Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee, Noah became a member of the world renowned, Jubilee Singers with whom he toured throughout the nation for the next 4 years. The University Choir to which Noah belonged also toured and performed with Eugene Ormandy’s Philadelphia Philharmonic Orchestra.

While matriculating at Harvard Law School, Noah performed at a host of jazz clubs in and around the Boston area with the Pete Case trio, comprised of musicians from the Berkeley School of music. The highlight of his Boston/Cambridge years came while as a part or the Harvard University Choir, being selected to solo with Duke Ellington’s as a part of the second performance of his Sacred Concert. Noah was a featured vocalist for 10 years with the Walt Tolleson Society Big Band, and has sung at Caesar’s Las Vegas, Birdland in New York, the Saint Botolph Club in Boston, 142 Throckmorton in Mill Valley among other venues.