Catherine Gregory, flute

Photo Credit: Dario Acosta

Winner of the 2018 Pro Musicis International Award, Catherine is an Australian flutist who has performed as recitalist and chamber musician at Carnegie Hall, Caramoor, the Chamber Music Societies of Philadelphia and Lincoln Center, Camerata Pacifica, the Við Djúpið Festival in Iceland and with the Southern Cross Soloists. She has toured internationally with the Orpheus and Australian Chamber Orchestras and been a frequent guest principal flute with the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra. Catherine’s Just Breathe project is a performance featuring new commissions from leading composers such as Clarice Assad, Viet Cuong, and Juhi Bansal, as well as a series of interactive performance workshops for cancer patients that explore the intersection of breath and music. Catherine is a Core-Artist of Decoda, the affiliate ensemble of Carnegie Hall and previously served as co-artistic director from 2017-2020. Committed to nurturing the next generation of young artists, Catherine currently serves on the faculties of The Colburn School and the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music and is the newly appointed Director of the UCLA Gluck Fellowship program. First coming to the US as a Fulbright Scholar, she has given masterclasses and residencies at leading music schools internationally, from The Tianjin Juilliard School, to Curtis, to the Guildhall School in London. Catherine’s recent album together with pianist David Kaplan, entitled Vent, was released on the Bright Shiny Things label in September 2023. 

Upcoming Performances:

Aug 31 – Red Cliffs I: Colorado Currents

Sep 1 – Music Hike II: Just Breath(e)

Sep 2 – Rocky Mountain Power Community Concert