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    Gregory Sullivan Isaacs

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    Gregory Sullivan Isaacs is a writer, music critic, conductor, composer, orchestrator and voice teacher. He is currently the senior classical music writer for Theater Jones, a popular and widely read online arts journal. He writes for other publications such as the The Dallas Voice and Art+Culture Dallas magazine. He is the Music Director and conductor for the Elan International Music Festival in Dallas. He is also a pianist, organist and singer.

    Isaacs has held numerous musical directorships with symphonies, choral organizations and opera companies throughout the country.

    He is a Pulitzer Prize nominated composer and a winner of a Peabody award for performance as well as an ASCAP award for his commitment to American Music. His three act opera for tenor and piano "Henry Faust" has been highly acclaimed by critics and audiences alike.

    This clip is from a production for public television and was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. He is a member of the ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Arrangers, and Publishers) and the Music Critics Association of North America.

    He attended the Interlochen Arts Academy for High School. He holds a bachelor degree in music from the University of Miami (he completed his first two years at the University of Michigan) and a master degree in music from the prestigious music program at Indiana University in Bloomington. Outstanding teachers include: Thor Johnson, Martha Lipton, Ivan Davis, Frederick Fennell, Leslie Bassett, Tibor Kozma, Gustav Meier (as an auditor at U of M) and Pierre Bernac.

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