The first choral conductor to be awarded the Arts Foundation Fellowship, Gregory is widely regarded as one of the most in-demand and innovative musicians of his generation. From 2013-17 he was Artistic Director of the National Portrait Gallery’s Choir in Residence Programme, overseeing the first full time in-house gallery music programme in the world.
Current conducting posts include Chorus Director for the Scottish Chamber Orchestra Chorus and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra Chorus, and Director with Huddersfield Choral Society. As a guest conductor engagements include the Halle, RSNO, Black Dyke Band, the Academy of Ancient Music, NYCGB, Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, Royal Northern Sinfonia and Aurora.
Gregory is a committed collaborator outside the classical sphere. Highlights include projects with Carlos Acosta, Damon Albarn, Elbow and the Sam Wanamaker Theatre. He has curated several successful performances at Latitude Festival and has worked closely with the composers Joe Duddell and David Lang, the latter on the RPS Award-winning 'Memorial Ground’.