Australian flutist Catherine Gregory is forging a diverse career as an orchestral and chamber musician, soloist, recitalist, and teaching artist. Catherine graduated with honors from the Queensland Conservatorium at Griffith University under the tutelage of Gerhard Mallon. After receiving her master’s degree, Catherine was awarded a Fulbright scholarship, Brisbane City Council’s Young and Emerging Artists Fellowship, and American Australian Association’s Dame Joan Sutherland Fund grant. These awards supported her pursuit of an artist’s diploma at Carnegie Mellon University as a student of Alberto Almarza and Jeanne Baxtresser.

Catherine has performed with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra and with the Paris Opera Ballet on their Australian tour, and actively performs with NOVUS, Ensemble LPR, Cantori New York,Symphony in C, ensemble mise-en, and the Metro Chamber Orchestra. She has performed for both the Governor and Premier of Queensland, and was a featured soloist at the National Gallery of Australia, as well as at the 60th anniversary of the Australian-American Fulbright Commission in Washington, DC. Catherine has won several prizes, including the Pittsburgh Concert Society competition, James Carson Flute Competition, Carnegie Mellon University Baroque and Concerto competitions, and the Golden Key Visual and Performing Arts Achievement Award. As part of her Ensemble ACJW program, Catherine teaches in Manhattan at PS/MS 46 Arthur Tappan.