Paul Glenn concertizes on both double bass and cello. The former principal cellist of the Concord Orchestra for its European tours and of the New England Philharmonic for over fifteen years, and the former principal bassist of the Civic Symphony of Boston, Mr. Glenn currently plays with the Lexington Symphony and Wellesley Symphony.  He also performs frequently in solo and duo recitals, with Boston chamber groups, and in various amateur chamber music festivals.  Professional engagements include concertos with the Billings Symphony Orchestra, the Longy Summer Chamber Orchestra, and the Wellesley Symphony; chamber concerts with the Sonos Piano Quartet, the Interlochen AdultMusic Conference faculty, and the Muir String Quartet, and two of its founding members, his wife Bayla Keyes and cellist Michael Reynolds.  A student of the eminent pedagogue George Neikrug, Paul earned his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in physics at Harvard.  He attended the Claremont Music Festival, and is currently on the faculty of the Interlochen Adult Chamber Music Conference.