Dr. Gray is an Associate Professor of Music at Slippery Rock University where she teaches Applied Voice, Language Diction, Vocal Pedagogy, Opera Performance and Music History. She holds the D.M.A. in Vocal Performance and Literature degree from West Virginia University, the M.M. in Vocal Performance degree from Duquesne University and the B.S. in Music Education from West Chester State College. She continued her performance studies at the Accademia Vocale di Lucca, Italy and was an artist apprentice with the Pittsburgh Opera.
Dr. Gray is a frequent presenter for music conferences, with recent performances at the 2013 International Congress of Voice Teachers in Brisbane, Australia and the 2012 National Association of Teachers of Singing National Conference in Orlando, FL.
2015 1-4955-0298-8 This book includes an extensive biography of Lee Hoiby drawn from dissertations, published interviews with the composer, and personal correspondence between Mr. Hoiby and the author. The book also includes a comprehensive list of Hoiby’s songs with their dates of composition and revision, information that is almost impossible to find since the composer’s death in 2011.