Professional Bio

  • D.M.A., Choral Conducting and Literature, University of Colorado
  • M.A., Music Education, University of Wyoming
  • B.A., Music Education, Colorado State University

Gregg Cannady, concert choir director at Regis University, has conducted numerous high school choirs, as well as conducting the University of Colorado Women's Ensemble and University Singers. He also has worked in North Carolina as Director of Choral Activities and Applied Voice at Mount Olive College and has been the Chorus Master for the Boulder Bach Festival. Choral ensembles under his direction have performed at several state and national conferences and have toured extensively in the United States, China, Italy, and Germany.

Research & Scholarship

Gregg Cannady has been developing music education curriculum using digital applications such as Ableton 9, PUSH, AudioCubes, and the music composition software Sibelius. He has presented numerous workshops to music educators at state and national music conferences on the application of digital music production and technology combined with traditional, classical, and world music.

Community Involvement & Service

Dr. Cannady has been a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity and has worked with National Jewish Health to bring awareness to health concerns associated with pollution. He will be collaborating with rural communities in Mexico and the Philippines to support education and strengthen relationships between industry, community, teachers, and students.