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Greg is very active as a music educator.  He is sought-after as a low brass clinician in Northern Virginia, and works with a number of schools coaching trombone, euphonium, and tuba sections in some of the top band programs in Fairfax County, Virginia.  He maintains a large private studio, and has also taught in Howard County, Maryland and at the Levine School of Music in Washington, DC.  For over 15 years Greg has served as Director of the Robinson Trombone Choir at Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax County.  Under his leadership the group has appeared three times at the American Trombone Workshop. They also had the privilege of participating in the Towson University Trombone Ensemble Workshop Day in 2014, hosted by Dr. Natalie Mannix, as well as the George Mason University Trombone Day in 2020 and 2021, and most recently at the GMU Brass Day in 2022, hosted by Dr. Alan Carr.

​As a member of the Monumental Brass Quintet, Greg has been the trombone instructor for their annual Summer Brass Institute for over 15 years, and has been honored to work with countless brass students as well as fantastic guest artists including Scott Hartman, Martin Hackleman, Carol Jantsch, and Chris Gekker to name a few.  Recently, Greg presented a solo recital and masterclass at Marywood University in Scranton, Pennsylvania. 

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