Since 2019, Glasgow has been focusing on graphical notation as an interesting way to design unique musical environments (as seen in “Do You See What I Hear?” and “Windchest”). Glasgow also partners with nonprofit agencies to offer Song Factory, a highly successful therapeutic music program for young people recovering from traumatic life events, developed after Glasgow used similar methods to assist in his own trauma recovery. Song Factory is currently offered in Broome, Dutchess, and Orange Counties in New York and has resulted in over 100 therapeutic pieces of original, collaborative music.
James Wright Glasgow is an internationally acclaimed composer and owner of Strange Fangs Song Factory, a music composition and production company in New York. Glasgow specializes in cello, piano, bass, and guitar performance. Originally from Binghamton, NY, his work has been performed in major cities across the United States, Italy, England, Scotland, and Brazil.
Clients he has composed for include the world-touring dance company Galumpha, Ryan Meadows (sound engineer for Game of Thrones, the Revenant), Sarah Dunton (animator for Tiesto, Post Malone), the Binghamton Philharmonic, Brooklyn’s Muse Circus, and over 100 projects for numerous universities, commercial entities, and private clients since 2015. Glasgow’s compositions have been commissioned for several major world festivals such as Burning Man and the Edinburgh Fringe. Glasgow’s independent songwriting work can be found on all streaming services under his stage name, Strange Fangs.