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Gregory Gardner

E.L. Hamm Fine Arts Building, room 529



Gregory Gardner earned the Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees in vocal performance from Howard University. He pursued post graduate study at the Academie Maurice Ravel in St. Jean-de-Luz, France, the Summer Vocal Institute in Graz, Austria, Chautauqua Music School, and the Boris Goldovsky Opera Institute. He also earned a certificate in Not-for-Profit Management from Columbia University Graduate School of Business. The baritone has performed locally and nationally in opera, oratorio, and musical theater, creating such roles as Tom in Gershwin’s Blue Monday with The New York Pops at Carnegie Hall; Elijah in the North of England Festival Choir’s production of Mendelssohn’s Elijah; Jim and Jake in the Virginia Opera production of Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess; Figaro in the Fayetteville Opera production of Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro; and John Lewis in the national tour of the Civil Rights musical that chronicled the life of Civil Rights icon Dorothy Height, If This Hat Could Talk, directed by Tony Award winning director George Faison. He performed on Broadway in the Houston Grand Opera production Scott Joplin’s Treemonisha, and has performed as guest artist with the Virginia Symphony Orchestra, Huntington Symphony Orchestra, and the orchestras of Hampton University and Old Dominion University. 

B.M. Vocal Performance, Howard University
M.M. Vocal Performance, Howard University
Certificate in Not-for-Profit Management, Columbia University Graduate School of Business
ACUE Certified Online Instructor

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Applied Voice
Music Appreciation
Honors Music Apprecitation