Dr. Greg Caisley completed his Doctor of Musical Arts Degree in Keyboard Collaborative Arts (Performance) at the University of Southern California, in Los Angeles. For more than 15 years he was a Director of Music at 3 different United Churches in the Vancouver area. During that time, he worked with many interested and passionate volunteers to develop the Pneuma Voices training program for children, the United Voices Choir, as well as preparing music for literally hundreds of services for Sundays and special occasions.
Dr Caisley is very excited to begin a fresh chapter working at Saint Paul’s Anglican Church in Vancouver. In addition to the musical preparation of services for the church, Greg is very interested in developing the musical talents those who are interested around downtown- and beyond. If you are interested in singing, playing an instrument, or being involved- please be in touch with him directly at email@example.com. He would be happy to find ways to connect you to our community.
In addition to his work at Saint Paul’s Anglican, Dr. Caisley is on the teaching faculty of the VSO School of Music, where he teaches collaborative piano and solo piano students, as well as growing his private piano teaching studio, his collaborative piano work with singers and instrumentalists, and his work as a choral conductor. He is the Artistic Director of Postmodern Camerata, a chamber music ensemble consisting of professional instrumentalists and singers dedicated to the performance of chamber works across genres, from renaissance to jazz, as well as the United Voices Choir, an auditioned choir of about 55 singers which performs larger scale oratorio works with orchestra twice a year. Finally, Dr. Caisley is committed to the Canadian music festival movement and is currently the President of the Canadian Music Festival Adjudicators Association.
He has a wonderful family with three children aged 7, 19 to 23, and a lovely wife who plays first violin with the Vancouver Symphony, and loves cycling and poetry.
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