Gregory Oh tends to wander the genres, appearing in places from the legendary Berlin techno club Berghain to the Lincoln Centre. With graduate degrees from the Universities of Toronto and Michigan, his repertoire spans five centuries, having worked with living composers like Steve Reich and Phillip Glass. He conducted Bearing (Signal Theatre), While 100 Guitars Gently Weep (Bradyworks) and the world premiere of John Millard and Tomson Highway’s The Cave at the Luminato Festival, the Canadian premiere of Toshio Hosokawa’s The Raven at the University of Toronto New Music Festival and has appeared as conductor and pianist at the Shanghai New Music Festival, Beijing New Music Festival, Taipei New Music Festival, Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, Aberdeen Sound Festival and Rwanda’s Ubumuntu Festival. Other credits: Continuum, Soundstreams, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the National Arts Centre Orchestra, the Canadian Opera Company, the Evergreen Gamelan Club, Native Earth, Canadian Stage, Soulpepper, Volcano Theatre, Tapestry New Opera, Arraymusic, and San Diego Opera. He teaches at the University of Toronto and NYO Canada.