Manhattan School of Music, BM & Professional Studies
Juilliard School, MM
Violinist Gregory Durozel, active as a soloist, orchestra, and chamber musician, has performed solos with the Ars Flores, Sewanee Symphony, Coral Gables Opera and the Manhattan Symphony Orchestra. As a Chamber Musician, Gregory had the opportunity of collaborating with members of the American String Quartet, including private coaching with Lewis Kaplan, David Liesner and Oren Fader. Gregory has served as a principal player in the Juilliard Orchestra, Symphony in C, Manhattan Symphony, The American Academy of Conducting at Aspen Orchestra, and the Camerata Virtuosi of New Jersey. He regularly performs in Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher and Alice Tully. Being of Haitian descent, Gregory had the unique opportunity to perform for the former president of Haiti, Rene Preval. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree and a Professional Studies Certificate from The Manhattan School of Music where he was a student of Peter Winograd and a Master’s Degree from The Juilliard School under Ronald Copes. He continues to work closely with renowned pedagogue Joey Corpus in the New York area. Gregory plays on a J.B Vuillaume violin made possible through a generous scholarship from the Virtu Foundation.