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Greg has been teaching piano students since 1994 as a student at The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. He began teaching voice students in 2007. In his private studio, he has encouraged students to reach their fullest potential. As a recent transplant to New York from Texas, much of Greg's teaching career was spent in Dallas where his piano students received top rankings at festivals and on state theory exams sponsored by the Dallas Music Teacher's Association (DMTA) and the Texas Music Teacher's Association (TMTA). Currently, Greg teaches music to students in grades 5-8 at The Convent of the Sacred Heart in New York City. Prior to this, he successfully built a choral and general music program for grades 5-8 at The Parish Episcopal School in Dallas. Under his direction, the choir received both superior and best in class awards at the Seasons Music Festival in 2009 and 2010. Greg also led his choirs to take top rankings at the Sandy Lake Music Festival. His private voice students have received top rankings at both regional and state levels of the the Texas Private Schools Music Educators Association (TPSMEA) solos festivals.
As a performer, Greg has sung with the ensemble of The Dallas Bach Society and The Fort Worth Opera, has performed in productions at Seagle Music Colony in upstate New York, and was a recitalist at The Franz Schubert Institute in Baden bei Wien, Austria and at Ardingly International Music School in England. While in Europe he performed in masterclasses for Elly Ameling and Sarah Walker. He has performed in several regional theatre productions while in Dallas, including Into the Woods (Rapunzel’s Prince), Once Upon a Mattress (Minstrel), The Secret Garden (Fakir), and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Reverend Sprague).
An avid fan of both classical and pop/electronic music, Greg has been writing and producing pop and dance music that evokes both styles since coming to New York in 2010. He is a member of The American Society of Composers Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), and plans to release an album in the near future. Greg holds a Masters degree in Music (Piano Performance) from Southern Methodist University where he studied with Dr. Carol Leone, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music (Piano and Voice) from The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Greg studied and continues to study voice privately with renowned Metropolitan Opera baritione Brian Schexnayder. Additionally, Greg completed a series of masterclasses with Henry Leck, artistic director and conductor of The Indianapolis Children’s Choir. He is a certified Kodaly instructor, and he has completed many continuing music education courses through Vandercook College of Music in Chicago.