Phone: (909) 336-0360 ext.814
Degrees and Certifications:
BM in Winds Performance BA in Music Education
Emily Gregg is the music director at Mary Putnam Henck Intermediate School where she teaches choir and band. She also works once a week at CHE, LAE, and VOE teaching fourth and fifth grade band. She is currently working on her Masters of Arts in Learning and Teaching at the University of Redlands School of Education. Emily is a California State University Northridge graduate with a bachelor's of music in classical saxophone performance and a bachelor's of arts in music education. She studied classical saxophone with Dr. Benjamin Sorrell of CSUN and Lawrence Hughes of Pasadena City College. Emily has performed with the Wind Symphony and University Chorus while at CSUN. She is a member of the REDS Saxophone Quartet alongside Roman Hernandez, Skye Solorio, and Delilah Hartley. During her time at PCC, Emily was a member of the College and Community Orchestra, Lancer Wind Ensemble, Lancer Concert Band, Lancer Marching Band, and Tournament of Roses Honor Band. At Pasadena City College she performed many solo concerts, including the London Calling Piano Accompaniment Concert and the Concerto Competition, playing the first movement of the Creston Concerto for Alto Saxophone. Her awards and achievements include the aforementioned PCC Annual Concerto Competition; Katherine Theresa Thomas Memorial Scholarship for Woodwinds, Brass, and Percussion; Honors Extraordinary Scholarship; Outstanding Achievement in Music Theory as well as Music History; and the Orchestra Organizational Award. In her free time, she enjoys distance running, reading novels, growing houseplants, all dogs, and gluten-free baking.