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Greig Shearer

Music Skills Specialist


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Greig Shearer earned a bachelor's degree from the New England Conservatory and a master's degree from the Manhattan School. His principal teachers include James Pappoutsakis, Julius Baker and Harold Bennett; he has also worked with Paula Robinson, Samuel Baron, Thomas Nyfenger and at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria, with Karlheinz Zoeller and Helmut Zangerle. Professor Shearer has 

recorded for CRI, as a soloist with Hartford Symphony Orchestra's Classical Conversations and with the Boston Pops. As a chamber artist and a soloist, he has given recitals in central Connecticut, New York, and Boston. He is a former faculty member of Trinity College, the Hartford Conservatory, Connecticut State University, and the New England Music Camp. Professor Shearer is a founding member of the Soni Fidelis Quintet and performed with them from 1984 to 1994. He has been the principal flutist with the Hartford Symphony since 1993.