About my Singing
American tenor Thomas Gregg enjoys a wide-ranging career, including performance in early music, opera, oratorio, ensemble, recital, and chamber music. His early music performances have been with the Boston Early Music Festival, The Early Interval in Columbus, Ohio, PanHarmonium in Alabama, and the Texas Baroque Ensemble and the Orchestra of New Spain in Dallas, Texas. Opera appearances have been with companies in New Orleans, Memphis, Columbus, Ohio, and historical operas in Boston and Washington, D.C.
His many solo appearances in oratorio include performances with orchestras in Columbus, Ohio, Memphis, Tennessee, Lake Charles, Louisiana, and numerous choral groups, such as the Cincinnati Choral Society, the Quincy (Massachusetts) Choral Society, the Back Bay Chorale in Boston, Chorus Pro Musica, and the Providence Singers. He has performed with the Harvard University Choir, including a recent performance of the C.P.E. Bach St. Matthew Passion, under the direction of Christopher Hogwood, and the New York premiere of John Knowles Paine's Mass in D. His extensive professional ensemble work includes Boston appearances with the Handel and Haydn Society, Emmanuel Music, Boston Baroque, the Trinity Choir, and the Boston Secession, as well as Cantari Singers in Columbus, Ohio, Musikanten in Washington, D.C., Musikanten Montana in Helena, and the Washington Bach Consort. He has been a member of the professional choir at historic King's Chapel since 2000.
He also enjoys an active career as a recitalist, with highlights including the Fontana Festival in Michigan and many guest recitals at colleges in the southern United States. His European debut was at the 1995 Franz Schubert Institute in Baden-bei-Wien, Austria. As a chamber music specialist, he performs with harpist Emily Laurance as the duo DoubleAction and he was a member of the Early American music ensemble Columbia's Musick (Ensemble-in-Residence at King's Chapel). Dr. Gregg is an Ohio native, and holds voice performance degrees from Capital University, the University of Michigan, and The Ohio State University, and he has won numerous performance and academic awards, including fellowships to attend two Bach Aria Institutes and two Aston Magna Academies.