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Skidmore College
Music Department

Casey GrayCasey Gray

lecturer/private music instructor

Phone: (518) 580-5320
Office: Zankel Music Center 

Casey Gray (tenor) is an active in the Capital Region and throughout New York State. He has performed with the Western New York Chamber Orchestra, Octavos, Burnt Hills Oratorio Society, Schenectady Symphony Orchestra, Schenectady Light Opera Company and Auriel Camerata. Notable roles include Little Bat (Susannah), Pitichinaccio (Les Contes d’Hoffmann), Alfred (Die Fledermaus), Pirelli (Sweeney Todd), Ferrando (Così fan tutte). Notable performances of Oratorio works include Satyavān (Savitri), Evangelist/Victim (Samaritan) premier performance by composer Sean Doyle, Evangelist Bach's St. John Passion. His concert works as a Tenor Soloist include Händel's Messiah, Mendelssohn's Elijah, Dubois Seven Last Words of Christ, as well as concerts showcasing the works of George Gershwin, Richard Rodgers, Irving Berlin, Rodgers and Hart, Cab Calloway, and Cole Porter (under the baton of William Jon Gray and Glen Cortese).

Mr. Gray earned his Master of Music degree (Voice Performance) from SUNY Fredonia and Bachelor of Arts Degree (Music/Voice) from Bethany College. Gray has also studied with Wanda Brister and performed as a soloist at the Schlern International Music Festival in Völs am Schlern, Italy.

Mr. Gray is in demand as a voice teacher, vocal coach, and accompanist for various programs throughout the Capitol region. Currently he serves as Organist at Jonesville United Methodist Church and is a member of the voice faculty at Skidmore College and St. Rose College.