Gregg smith singers

New Release:

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Music for an Urban Church
Gregg Smith

Visit the recordings page for more information on our latest release.


Upcoming Project:

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Delicious Numbers: Works of Gregg Smith for Voice and Instruments

Ari Steisfeld, violinist (JACK Quartet) & clarinetist Evan Ziporyn, Bang on a Can founder/composer, join soprano Eileen Clark & pianist Thomas Schmidt in Gregg's Double Sonata (poetry of Herrick & Milton), Fallen Angels (Poetry of Kim Rich), plus Peter Quince at the Clavier (Wallace Stevens).
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GSS Complete Discography

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We are proud to present a comprehensive discography detailing the vast recording history of The Gregg Smith Singers as a group and individual members of GSS thanks to funding from the National Endowment for the Arts and the meticulous work of Michael Sherwin.

View The Gregg Smith Singers Complete Discography


The Stravinsky Years:

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This website project was funded in part with a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Visit "The Stravinsky Years"


GSS Chronology:

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GSS is expanding this website to include a Chronology which will list our major musical events year by year with selections from important recordings over 54 years as well as pictures and archival programs. This continuing project starts with our new year-by-year timeline. Visit the GSS Chronology page to see it and check back for updates as we add pictures, audio, and video.

Go to the GSS Chronology Page

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See what GSS is up to. Check out these videos on YouTube for more information on our upcoming concerts:

A video message from Gregg about upcoming events

A video message from Eileen Clark about her upcoming recital of solo songs with instruments by Gregg!

About Us

Gregg Smith

"Gregg Smith is one of the great choral conductors of our time"
The New York Times, March 8, 2002

The Singers are one of the most recorded classical choirs in the world with over 130 albums, cassettes, and CDs produced during their existence. Although the Singers have offered hundreds of workshops for conductors, singers and teachers in the past, the main focus in recent years has been toward composers - mainly in the form of readings. In the past decade they have read nearly 300 new works and performed and recorded 60 of them. read more...

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