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Greg Andrews

Faculty, Bachelor of Music Theatre


Contact Info: Ext. 2708

Greg Andrews is the Head of the Music Discipline in the Bachelor of Music Theatre Performance program, where he teaches Ear Training, Music Theory and conducts the Sheridan Chorus.

Greg graduated from Humber College in the jazz performance program, where he was a major in bass, studying under Lenny Boyd. He furthered his education at McMaster University in Hamilton, completing his B.Mus., then at the University of Calgary, studying the Kodály Concept of Music Education under Lois Choksy. Greg later completed his Masters in Music Education (M.Mus.) at the University of Toronto, where he studied under conductor Dr. Doreen Rao and music education philosophy under Dr. David Elliott. Greg’s research interests are in music cognition and how it relates to performance.

Greg has attended several choral conducting workshops, including the University of Michigan (Dr. Jerry Blackstone), Eastman School of Music (Dr. William Wienert), at Westminster Choir College, Ryder University (Dr. James Jordan) and the University at Buffalo (Dr. Harold Rosenbaum). He was fortunate to attend a choral symposium at the University of Tampa facilitated by the world-renown choral composer and conductor, Eric Whitacre. Greg is a past board member of the Kodály Society of Canada and has presented workshops for the Kodály Society of Ontario.

At Sheridan, Greg teaches musicianship courses by combining the Kodály Method of music education with a praxial approach to music performance, specifically tailored to a music theatre environment. Each fall, he conducts the Sheridan Chorus, and in the spring, he musically directs a commercial pop tribute show using students from the program. He has performed extensively throughout Canada, the United States and in Europe with many pop and country acts. Greg maintains an active freelance schedule as a bass player and music director in the Toronto area. Outside of his work at Sheridan, Greg is a husband and father, an avid marathon runner, and private pilot.