Assoc in Performance - Music
A native of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, Joseph Gregorio is equally at home composing and conducting. Gregorio's compositions have been broadcast on American Public Media's Performance Today and WQXR's Choral Mix, have garnered prizes in several competitions, and have been performed in the United States and abroad by numerous and renowned soloists and ensembles at such venues as the Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center, the National Cathedral, and the Basilica di San Marco in Venice. Gregorio was named the 2011-2012 composer-in-residence of New York City ensemble Choral Chameleon, and the 2005-2006 composer-in-residence of the Sonoma County Chamber Singers. His choral music is published by Areté Music Imprints, E. C. Schirmer Music Company, and the National Collegiate Choral Organization, and has been recorded by the choirs of the St. Olaf Christmas Festival, Concerto Della Donna, the Washington Men's Camerata, the John Alexander Singers, the Rutgers University Glee Club, the Millikin University Men's Choir, and the Cornell University Glee Club.
Also active as a conductor, Gregorio directs chamber choir Ensemble Companio, which he founded in 2011 and which won the 2012 American Prize in choral performance. Gregorio has co-conducted the Yale Recital Chorus and the Yale Repertory Chorus, and has guest-conducted the Cornell University Glee Club and the Mansfield University Concert Choir. He served from 2004 to 2006 as the assistant conductor of the San Francisco Conservatory Chorus, and was assistant conductor of the San Francisco Bach Choir from 2005 to 2007.
Gregorio has studied composition with Steven Stucky, David Conte, and Richard Brodhead. He holds a M.M. in composition with departmental honors from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, a M.M. in choral conducting from Yale University, and a B.A. magna cum laude in music from Cornell University. While at Yale, he studied with Marguerite Brooks and Simon Carrington, and received the Edward Stanley Seder, Richard French, and Hugh Giles prizes in choral conducting; while at Cornell, he was the recipient of the Ellen Gussman Adelson scholarship in music. Gregorio has participated in the Oregon Bach Festival's Composers' Symposium and the summer program of the European American Musical Alliance. He was a professor of music theory and musicianship at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music from 2008-2009. He also taught music theory at Temple University from 2011-2012, where he is presently a candidate for the D.M.A. in composition and the recipient of a Presidential Fellowship.
For more information about Joseph Gregorio, please visit www.josephgregoriomusic.com.