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Gregory Slowik

Gregory Slowik

Gregory Slowik has been teaching music courses at Simmons College since 1988. He is also the Director of Musical Activities at Simmons.

In Europe and the United States, Gregory Slowik is familiar to audiences as a piano soloist, chamber musician, and lecturer. He has performed solo piano recital at the Mozarteum in Salzburg and has lectured in many European musical capitals, including Salzburg, Vienna, the Haydnsaal of the Esterhazy Palace in Eisentadt, Austria and Prague. A much sought after soloist and collaborator, he has performed many concerts at the Isabella Stewart Gardner museum and received a standing ovation in the Koch Gallery of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. His performances have been broadcast on WGBH's Chamberworks, WBUR and WCRB. Professor Slowik was invited to give the premiere of New England Sketches, a composition commissioned for the 110th anniversary season of the Chromatic Club of Boston. He has also performed at numerous colleges and festivals, including: The Tanglewood Festival, Harvard Musical Association, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston University and the Longy School of Music.

Gregory received his Bachelor of Music at Mansfield University, his Master of Music at Boston University, and his Doctor of Musical Arts at Boston University. He has also been on the faculty of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the Longy School of Music.


Doctor of Musical Arts
Boston University

Master of Music
Boston University

Bachelor of Music
Mansfield University