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Thomas Gregg

Voice; Opera & Vocal Studies Faculty

Thomas Gregg has performed in a wide variety of musical venues, including early music (Handel & Haydn Society, Washington Bach Consort, Texas Baroque Ensemble), opera (New Orleans Opera, Opera Memphis), oratorio (Columbus Symphony, Cincinnati Choral Society, Memphis Symphony, Harvard University Choir), choral (King’s Chapel Boston, Musikanten Montana), chamber music (DoubleAction, harp and tenor duo; Columbia’s Musick, Early American Music) and recital performances in many locations throughout the U.S. His European debut was at the 1995 Franz Schubert Institute in Baden-bei-Wien, Austria.

Gregg has won numerous performance and academic awards, and he has studied with Ellen Faull and Phylis Bryn-Julson and in masterclasses with Elly Ameling, Han Hotter, Martin Katz and many others. He holds a B.M. from Capital University, a M.M. from The University of Michigan and a D.M.A. from The Ohio State University.

Gregg has taught voice and classes in vocal pedagogy and repertoire at The Boston Conservatory since 1999. He is president of the Conservatory’s chapter of the music honor society Pi Kappa Lambda. He was an associate professor at the University of Mississippi (1988-1998). His former students have careers as professional singers, actors, voice teachers and music educators. 

Photo by David Costa.

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