Lynn Glauber trained at the Ballet Center of Buffalo with Kathleen Crofton, and at the Joffrey School in New York City with Ann Parson. She joined Maurice Bejart Ballet of The Twentieth Century at the age of 17, excelling to principal dancer shortly thereafter. She danced such roles as Romeo & Juliet, Magic Flute, Notre Faust, The Competition, Marteau Sans Maitre, Bhakti, Choreographic Offering, and Les Noces. Ms. Glauber performed these roles and many others while traveling throughout Europe, South America, Africa, Iran, Israel, Japan, Canada, and Lebanon. Bejart also created several roles on Ms. Glauber including, Seraphita, Dionysos, Pli Selon Pli, Baiser de la Fe, and The Competition (performed in New York).
She returned to New York after touring, joined the Joffrey Ballet as a principal dancer, and continued her training with David Howard and Maggie Black. While at the Joffrey Ballet she worked with such notable choreographers as Anthony Tudor, Robert Joffrey, Oscar Ariaz, John Cranko, Agnes DeMille, Glen Tetley and Sir Frederick Ashton. Her favorite roles included Romeo & Juliet, Suite Saint Saens, Wedding Bouquet, Cake Walk, Brouilliards, Vivandiere and Kettentanz. Ms. Glauber has also appeared in ballet galas, musical theater productions, made for television films and movies in the United States and abroad. She concluded her dance career while accompanied by acclaimed dancers Cynthia Gregory and Donald Williams in a ballet creation by Francis Patrelle to the music of Duke Ellington in New York City.
Her diverse dance background has led Ms. Glauber to an extensive teaching career. It has included, New Jersey School of Ballet, Elliot Feld's Ballet Tech, Coupe Dance Studio, Connecticut Ballet Theater School, Ballet Hispanico, Eglevsky Ballet School, University of Bridgeport Arts Program, Dance Cavise, and Port Washington School of Dance. She has guest taught at many workshops including Dance Masters of America, Nashville Tennessee Dance Center, Hofstra University Summer Intensive, and Ballet Academy East Summer Intensive. Ms. Glauber has also taught abroad at Bat D'Or Tel Aviv, Israel and at University Ballet, Seoul, South Korea. Ms. Glauber is currently on staff at Marymount Manhattan College and The Ailey School.