Gregory Sioles, formerly Associate Professor of Piano at Louisiana State
University, has been the recipient of numerous honors and awards,
including a Fulbright scholarship. He has performed in prestigious
venues on three continents and extensively throughout the United States
as a recitalist and soloist with orchestra. A respected chamber musician,
Sioles has collaborated with many distinguished artists, including Edgar
Meyer, Barry Tuckwell, and the Guarneri Quartet. As part of the
Washington D.C. music scene for more than a decade, he performed at
many of that city’s important halls, including the Kennedy Center,
National Gallery of Art, and the Phillips Collection. Recent international
engagements have taken him to Taiwan and Central America. Sioles’
teachers include Gyorgy Sebok, Maria Curcio Diamand, Aube Tzerko,
and Victor Aller. He has taught at the University of Maryland, Peabody
Conservatory, and, most recently, the Indiana University Jacobs School
of Music. He records for Centaur.