A lifelong resident of Baltimore, Greg enjoys a diverse career as a pianist, trumpeter, educator, composer, recording artist, and author.

Over his career, he has collaborated with trumpeter Chris Gekker, Grammy-winning saxophonist Chris Vadala, and Emmy-winning filmmaker Richard Chisolm, performing on the soundtrack to his latest documentary, Gun Show.

A firm believer in the integral role creation plays in the overall growth process, Greg’s output of original works includes Singularity, an eclectic assortment of original solo piano music; 72 Lanterns, a collection of original poetry; and How Alfred Won, a coming of age novella.

Holding degrees from the University of Maryland, College Park (M.M., Jazz Studies, Piano Concentration), Towson University (B.S., Psychology), and Shepherd University (B.A., Music Performance, Trumpet Concentration), Greg is a full-time piano and trumpet instructor (Elite Tier) at Music and Arts (Ellicott City, Laurel, and Timonium), where he learns as much from his students as they do from him.

“I too had to work hard, so as not to work hard any longer.”
-Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart