Gregory is currently Chorus Master with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Director of Choirs at Manchester University, Principal Conductor of the Manchester Consort and Musical Director of Dorking Choral Society.
From 2008 – 2011, he was closely associated with the Hallé in Manchester, holding the post of Director of the Hallé Youth Choir and working regularly with the Hallé Choir and Hallé Children’s Choir. He has also previously held conducting posts with the RNCM Outreach Department, with Princeton University and with the Amadeus Orchestra.
As guest conductor, Gregory has worked with the Hallé Orchestra, Brandenburg Sinfonia, Rodolfus Choir and Three Choirs Festival; he has prepared choirs for orchestras including Houston Symphony, Northern Sinfonia, Orchestra of the Swan and the BBC Philharmonic, and has worked on productions for Opus Opera, Princeton Opera Festival and Edinburgh International Festival. He has prepared a number of choirs for performances at the BBC Proms.
Gregory has worked closely with international conductors including Robin Ticciati, Sir Mark Elder,Richard Egarr, Laurence Cummings, Sir Roger Norrington and Louis Langrée. During 2012-13 he has been invited to undertake an apprenticeship with Simon Halsey, one of the world’s leading choral directors, working alongside Halsey with the LSO Chorus, CBSO Chorus and the Berlin Rundfunkchor.
Outside conducting, Gregory has worked as collaborator and advisor with leading cultural artists including the bands James, Elbow and The Temptations; with Damon Albarn and with composer Joe Duddell. He is Artistic Director of live music promoters, Pencil Presents, and member of the creative duo PigsEar with Edinburgh pianist Will Pickvance. In summer 2012 he took part in an international acting workshop in Berlin.
Between 2007 – 2012, Gregory held scholarships at Princeton University (USA) and at the Royal College of Music. He has studied with and received tuition from leading musicians including Roderick Earle, Sian Edwards, Martin Brabbins and Baldur Brönnimann and also with Simon Carrington and Mike Brewer.