Gregory Oh

Conductor, piano

Canadian pianist and conductor Gregory Oh holds graduate degrees from the University of Toronto and the University of Michigan.  He is the artistic director of Toca Loca, a resident artist at Soulpepper Theatre and also works with Continuum, New Music Concerts, Arraymusic, CONTACT, the Toronto Symphony and the NACO.  Formerly the musical director of the San Diego Opera Ensemble, he has also taught at the Banff Centre’s Contemporary Opera and Song Training program and worked at Florida State Opera, Lyric Opera San Diego, Theatre Direct, Volcano Theatre, Canadian Rep Theatre, Tapestry New Opera and the Canadian Opera Company.  Most recently, he was music director for the premiere of Sean Griffin’s opera Cold Spring at New York’s EMPAC and also for Native Earth’s Giiweden, for which he was nominated for a Dora Award.  He is the artistic director of the Open Ears Festival of Music and Sound, teaches at the University of Toronto and is on faculty at the National Youth Orchestra of Canada.

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Gregory Oh