Gregory Rowland Evans is an award winning composer and cellist. Mr Evans attended the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music from 2013-2017, receiving a BM with a double major in both Cello Performance and Music Composition where he studied cello with Lee Fiser and composition with Ellen Harrison, Mara Helmuth, and Joel Hoffman. From 2017-2019, Gregory attended the Frost School of Music, where he studied with Juraj Kojš and Charles Mason, receiving a MM in Digital Arts and Sound Design. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in music composition at the University of Iowa, studying with Jean-François Charles. His music has been performed throughout the United States and Canada.
In addition, he has studied cello with Paul Compton, Peter Thomas, Mark Bernard, and Dr Mark Hofeldt privately as well as Dmitry Kouzov, Susan Moses, Czaba Onczay, and Sharon Robinson in Festivals and Master Classes. Gregory was an administrator for the Cincinnati Contemporary Dance Theater's Performance and Time Arts Series from 2014-2016. From 2017-2019, Mr Evans was the Studio Assistant for the director of the Electroacoustic Music program at the Frost School of Music and a graduate instructor in aural skills, improvisation, and music composition. He was the TA of the Electronic Music Studios at the Univerity of Iowa from 2019-2020 and is currently an instructor of Music Theory and Aural skills.