David Glen Hatch will host his blog tour for Praiseworthy Music and Spiritual Moments from Jan 28 – Feb 15. Music transcends time, place, and cultureâ€”something David Glen Hatch has learned firsthand composing and performing music all over the world. His artistâ€™s memoir is a moving and memorable read for music-lovers everywhere.
If you are interested in joining the blog tour, please leave a comment with the date you’d like to post or contact David via email.
Here is a brief description of the book:
â€œIt is inconceivable that ten mere mortal fingers can create such a masterpiece of sound,â€ writes the Kansas City Star on David Glen Hatchâ€™s musical prowess. Now he shares his insights from a lifetime of composing and performing music all over the world and experiencing its power both on and off the stage.
Meet the Author:
International concert and recording artist and master teacher of piano, David Glen Hatch, enjoys a distinguished career as a soloist and guest artist with symphony orchestras on five continents: North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.Â Dr. Hatch completed the BMU degree from Brigham Young University where he received the Outstanding Pianist Award and the MM and DMA degrees summa cum laude at the Conservatory of Music, University of Missouriâ€“Kansas City where he received the Outstanding Graduate Pianist Award. He has recorded a wide variety of repertoire on thirty compact discs for many popular labels.Â In addition to being an award winner in numerous state, regional, national, and international competitions, Dr. Hatch is a frequent competition juror and clinician. He often lectures and teaches master classes at conservatories and music schools around the globe.Â David and his wife Paula are the parents of five children and reside in Orem, Utah.
To find out more onÂ Praiseworthy Music and Spiritual Moments and author David Glen Hatch, visit his website.