Greg is a multi-faceted composer, conductor, producer, songwriter and musical director. His musical education included studies at the Berklee College of Music in Boston where he majored in Arranging & Composition. He began his musical career as a musician performing in the hit musical Godspell. Soon other Broadway shows followed including, Bob Fosse’s "Dancin", and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas where he worked under the inspired direction of Tommy Tune.
After relocating to California he embarked on his composing career. He was soon awarded a film scoring fellowship from ASCAP as well as a conducting fellowship from BMI under Lucas Richmond. Early assignments included films such as the Academy Award nominated "Longtime Companion" as well as many television assignments such as "Tales from the Crypt", "Class of 96", and "Under One Roof".
Recent assignments include the award winning film "Dead End", where Greg served double duty as composer as well as music supervisor, and the critically praised adaptation of "The Good Soul Of Shezhuan". The L.A. Times called his music "remarkable" while the Daily News found it "impressive". The LA Weekly called his sound design "flawless". Also, Greg's song; "Changing Faces", a recent collaboration with E.G. Daily was included on the top ten soundtrack from "Rugrats Go Wild" and recently released as a single.
Greg made his concert conducting debut at the Bing Theatre with "The Hunters Moon Suite", which was simulcast on KUSC. He has also conducted sessions for the band KISS on their MTV "Unplugged" album as well their "Greatest Kiss" compilation album. Greg also conducts all of his sessions that involve live players.
As varied and diverse as Greg's assignments have been to date, the one common link that he brings to any project he is involved with is his passion. His tireless search for the most effective "choices", no matter where they may lie are a key distinguishing factor in his work.
Greg is member of the European Union as a dual US/Italian citizen.