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BIO
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CURRICULUM VITAE
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HEADSHOT
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AUDIO

J. S. Bach: BWV 62 Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland
The Fredonia College Choir and Orchestra
Gerald Gray, conductor
Live performance in Rosch Recital Hall, December 2010
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W. A. Mozart: Requiem (completion by Robert Levin)
The Fredonia College Choir, Gerald Gray, chorusmaster
The Western New York Chamber Orchestra, Glen Cortese, conductor
Live performance in King Concert Hall, October 2010
Movement: Confutatis-Lacrimosa
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J. S. Bach: Weihnachtsoratorium, Part. 1, Chor. Jauchzet, frohlocket
The Fredonia College Choir and Orchestra, Gerald Gray, conductor
Live performance in Rosch Recital Hall, December 2008
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Franz Schubert: An die Sonne
The Fredonia College Choir, Gerald Gray, conductor
James Welch, piano
Live performance in King Concert Hall, March 2011
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Heinrich von Herzogenberg: Op. 22 Four Nocturnes
The Fredonia Chamber Choir, Gerald Gray, conductor
I-Fei Chen-Markham, piano
Live performance in Rosch Recital Hall, April 2012
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Samuel Barber: Agnus Dei
The Fredonia College Choir, Gerald Gray, conductor
Live performance in Rosch Recital Hall, April 2009
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G. F. Handel: Messiah
The Fredonia College Choir and Orchestra, Gerald Gray, conductor
William Hite, tenor
Live performance in Rosch Recital Hall, December 2009
Part II, Scene 1
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Notes, autograph score and libretto


RADIO

WNED Classical 94.5 FM, Buffalo-Toronto
November 19, 2012
Host: Peter Hall
Topic:  Interview with Gerald Gray, guest conductor of the Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus 
And the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra in Handel's Messiah
Duration 7 min.
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