at the Trumansburg Conservatory of Fine Arts Saturday, April 11, 2015,

 7:30 PM a concert of modern classical music for computer and synthesizers composed by             Bill Gregg

NEFFA - the 71st New England Folk Festival, Mansfield, MA
April 24 - 26, 2015 I will present a workshop on Blues Fiddle.

July 24 - 26, 2015 The Cranberry Dulcimer & Autoharp Gathering in Latham, NY I will be leading 3 workshops and performing

Saturday, August 15, 2015 I will provide music for the Farm Sanctuary's annual hoedown weekend dance in Watkins Glen, NY

August 29 & 30, 2015 the annual Crook Farm Old Time Music Festival in Bradford, PA

Watch here for the announcement of another presentation of "Lift", the presentation of over thirty years worth of my compositions for classical guitar in Ithaca, NY.

The multi-media version of the award winning electro-acoustic music Notes from the End of Time is being planned for the Fall of 2015. These compositions were all inspired by the threatening impacts of climate change. The show will include stunning visuals by visual artist John Fracchia and short talks by noted environmentalists and climate experts.





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Beautiful, intricate, elegant compositions – the ten pieces on this recording sound more like classical or baroque music than the rock influenced, ambient or avant-garde material that most people think of when they hear “electronic music.”

Difficult to assign to a particular genre, nevertheless these are compositions that can be listened to on many levels from sheer sensual enjoyment to a deeper appreciation of the complexities of the intertwining melodies and polyrhythms.

Although people are familiar with my acoustic musical endeavors: performing traditional American folk music and teaching guitar and other string instruments, for over thirty years I have been experimenting with electronic and computer music. In the 1980's I began a small business programming custom synthesizer sounds for electronic musicians around the world. In 1988 I recorded one of my synthesizer compositions for a compilation CD called, Selected New Music, volume II: Visionaries. In 1990 I self-produced a collection of my electronic works entitled Voyage of the Heart. Shortly after that was released I presented a program at Cornell University that included a symphonic length computer/synthesizer composition.

In 1992 I took on a part time job working in the analytical chemistry lab of a small startup biotechnology company. That company, Phyton Catalytic, was working on a method to produce large quantities of a then experimental cancer drug. This work was so exciting and successful that I worked full time for that company until 2005. Phyton Biotech Inc., as it was called by then, was planning a move to New Jersey. Faced with this decision I decided to resign and resume work as a private music teacher. I was already working part time as the guitar instructor at the Trumansburg Conservatory of Fine Arts and was offered considerable consulting work in biotechnology, so it was an easy transition.

By 2010 I had enough new synthesizer music that I began performing occasionally in that genre. In 2013 I released a CD of live electro-acoustic concert performances, Source of the Hardware. The reviews were so encouraging that I went to Electric Wilburland Studios, operated by Grammy Award winning sound engineer Will Russell, and recorded a dozen electro-acoustic tracks for a CD called Epiphenomenon. Within a month of its release in late December 2013 Epiphenomenon was being played on some of the most prestigious ambient and electronic radio and streaming programs around the world including “Ultima Thule” from Australia. Cuts from Epiphenomenon continue to get regular airplay on important electronic music networks such as DI.FM (Digitally Imported) and SOMA.FM.

Checkout this video clip of my live rendition of "Ur-Th" for synthesizer & classical guitar which is also recorded on my CD EPIPHENOMENON https://vimeo.com/113224801

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Here is a review of this recent CD: http://hypnagogue.net/2014/07/27/william-gregg-epiphenomenon/


Tracks from EPIPHENOMENON are being played on top streaming networks such as DI.FM and SKY.FM. (http://www.di.fm/ http://www.sky.fm/) It has been aired on well-known ambient and electronic radio shows such as Chuck Van Zyl's long running ambient radio show out of Philadelphia, Star's End http://www.starsend.org/ , Ultima Thule aired from Sydney Australia and podcast around the world (the entire CD aired on broadcast #106 ) http://www.ultimathule.info/listen.html , and Renee Blanche's amazing Night Tides aired from Kansas City's KCUR http://kcur.org/programs/night-tides . Tracks are also in rotation on the amazing SOMA.FM  http://somafm.com/listen/

 I have some sample tracks, free to listen, on SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/luminoussound .  EPIPHENOMENON is available both in physical CD format as well as digital downloads at many outlets.  Here are a few:





William Gregg, P. O. Box 838, Trumansburg, NY 14886

info@harmonic-resources.com   Phone: (607) 387-6630