Greg studied Music at The University of Nottingham, McGill University in Montreal, Canada, and at the Royal Northern College of Music Junior Department. Currently, he sings with the award-winning professional British a cappella quintet Apollo5 and enjoys a busy schedule of performances, recording, and education projects with the vocal ensemble around the country and internationally. Greg has also arranged many pieces for the group, and also for its partner ensemble VOCES8, which have been performed in concerts and workshops across the UK as well as around Europe, America and Asia.
Greg has both performed and directed choral music, theatre, opera, and musical theatre across the UK and further afield. Recent performance work includes Raphael/Adam in Haydn's 'The Creation', numerous international tours with Apollo5, and 'The Ballad of Whitechapel', a music theatre production premiered at the National Portrait Gallery. He has also performed with the National Youth Music Theatre, in productions at the Nottingham New Theatre as both an actor and musical director, and has worked with a number of theatre companies as a vocal coach in both London and Auckland, New Zealand. As a Musical Director, Greg conducts St Alfege Youth Choir in Greenwich and has enjoyed working with many ensembles at The University of Nottingham including its chamber choir, opera company, and musical theatre society, with which he has performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Greg has held singing positions at cathedrals, churches and chapels in Auckland, Montréal, London and Nottingham and currently sings with the choirs of various churches in and around London. He also enjoys working with the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain as a music tutor and consort leader, having previously performed as a singer with the organisation for over a decade beforehand, progressing to Bass Section Leader. Greg has also held a similar role with London Youth Choir. Further music education work includes leading workshops in partnership with the BBC, UK and international music festivals, and many schools, universities, and music hubs in projects with Apollo5 and VOCES8 around the world.
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