Vocal Coach. Pianist. Composer. Artistic Director. Singer. Actor. Dancer.
Julia Gregory is a classically trained pianist and musician as well as an accomplished actress, singer, and dancer. As a young pianist, Julia Gregory was a featured violinist with the Sacramento Youth Symphony, featured piano soloist at Oakland’s Festival of The Masters, and finalist in the San Francisco Baroque Competition, Young Pianist’s Beethoven Competition, and the Northern California Piano Competition. She won the CCPO Concerto Award and the Mendelssohn Society Piano Competition. She went on to study music theory and piano performance at Mount Saint Mary’s College winning the distinguished President’s Award and numerous other scholarships. She moved to San Francisco to study with Jeanie Delgado at UC Berkeley. At that time, she began her studies in directing, musical directing, and English Literature graduating summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts from San Francisco State University. Soon she expanded her focus to include acting and dancing, studying at the prestigious American Conservatory Theatre (San Francisco), Berkeley and Oakland Ballet Schools, and the world renowned San Francisco Ballet Company.
Julia Gregory Vocal Studio
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“Julia is one of those rare voice teachers that combines strong vocal technique with the experience of a Broadway performer. She knows the business and what it takes to be successful. Her ability to communicate to performers and extract the very best of them is a gift few teachers possess.”
“I highly recommend Julia Gregory as a vocal coach. She teaches a mastery of the voice that is comprehensible and gives results quickly. She works on material from both the acting and the technical aspect which results in a complete package. She also has chosen material for me that suits my casting and my strengths as a vocalist. If you are a young student, I can’t recommend her enough.”
“Julia’s students are not just students to her. She loves each one of her students and knows them very well. This is not just a job to her. She loves what she does and she loves helping people realize their full potential.”