Drama Desk Award winner and Tony nominee for Bandstand in 2017. He served as arranger (including writing the incidental and dance music), co-orchestrator and music supervisor and also co-produced the cast album. Other Broadway conducting credits include An American in Paris, Bullets Over Broadway, The Little Mermaid, The Book of Mormon, and R&H’s Cinderella. Off Broadway: Peter and the Starcatcher (New World Stages) and Brundibar (New Victory). As a featured pianist: A Chorus Line (Revival), An American in Paris, and Lady Be Good (Encores!) He has played on several cast recordings, including the Grammy-nominated An American in Paris for which he is the solo pianist. He is also a continuing member of The New York Pops at Carnegie Hall, and has also been a featured pianist with The National Symphony at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC. Arranging and orchestration credits include all of the major U.S. Pops orchestras, including Boston, Cincinnati, New York Pops, and The National Symphony. He has been commissioned to write charts for Leslie Odom Jr., Reneé Goldsberry, Ashley Brown, Sierra Boggess, Jeremy Jordan, Norm Lewis, Ashford & Simpson, Ozomatli, Darren Criss, Liz Callaway, John Tartaglia, Julia Murney, Michael Cavanaugh, and Tony Desare, among others. He is a frequent collaborator with André Previn and has orchestrated several large scale works for him, including his Concerto for Orchestra. Show orchestrations include Bandstand (Broadway), Beast In The Jungle (Vineyard), Between The Lines (Kansas City Rep., upcoming Broadway), Jerry Springer The Opera (Off-Broadway), First You Dream (Signature and PBS) and Ace (Signature.) TV credits include The View, Kelly & Michael, Happy! (Syfy), and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Greg grew up in the Pittsburgh area and received his Bachelor of Music (B.M.) in Piano Performance (Jazz and Classical) from West Virginia University. He also has a Master of Music (M.M.) in Orchestral Conducting from the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. Greg resides in New York City.
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