As a pianist, Greg is active as a recitalist, accompanist, and chamber musician. Comfortable in both classical and jazz idioms, he currently holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in piano from Lebanon Valley College in Annville, PA where his primary teacher was Dennis Sweigart. Greg currently serves on the piano faculty at Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA where he teaches lessons in piano and jazz piano and teaches music theory.
Over the years, Greg has performed as a soloist and collaborative pianist in masterclasses for Petronel Malan, Anthony Plog, Warren Deck, Weston Sprott, and Santiago Rodriguez and has been coached by Michelle Rosen, David Bilger, Peter Smith, and Jeffrey Curnow. In 2003 he appeared on national public radio’s showcase for young classical musicians, “From the Top.” He has served as a staff accompanist for Lebanon Valley College’s Summer Music Camp, a staff accompanist for the National Association of Teachers of Singing’s Regional Competition, a rehearsal accompanist for the Harrisburg Opera. He has performed with the Oscuro Quintet, Third Stream, Dave Stahl Sacred Orchestra, and as a concerto soloist with the Lebanon Valley College Symphony Orchestra.
As a collaborative pianist, Greg has worked with a diverse range of vocalists and instrumentalists—including Adam Luftman, Matthew Vaughn, James Martin, James Erdman, Beverly Butts, Johannes Dietrich, Marie-Aline Cadieux, Shinjoo Cho, Joe Kauffman, Benjamin Blazer, Jason Klinke, Jocelyn Goranson, Timothy Lupia, Adam Klein, Tami Swartz, Paul Futer, Jennifer Check, Margaret Lattimore, Garrett Sorenson, and Eric Owens. In 2014 Greg released his first solo CD, “Strohman Says,” which features him performing his own works and is available on iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, CD Baby, and other distributers through tgNotes, Inc.