Since his arrival in Montreal in 2010, Andrew Gray has rapidly established himself in the region’s music scene as a choral director and choir trainer. He is the artistic director of the Montreal Choral Institute, chamber choir voces boreales,  Chœur des enfants de Montreal, founder and director of SingMontréalChante and assistant conductor at the Church of St. Andrew & St. Paul.

He has worked as guest chorus master with Chœur classique Vaudreuil-Soulanges, Chœurs du Nouveau Monde and Cirque du Soleil. He has prepared choirs for conductors and composers, including Kent Nagano, Zubin Mehta, Karl Jenkins, Joby Talbot, Gregory Charles, Iwan Edwards, Jordan de Souza, Jean-Pascal Hamelin, Robert Ingari, Alain Trudel and Stéphane Laforest and has directed vocal ensembles for popular artists Cœur de Pirate, Les Trois Accords, The Beach Boys, Nikki Yanofsky, Marie-Mae, Malajube, Radio Radio, Sarah McLachlan, Kenny Rogers, Roger Water (‘The Wall’) and The Canadian Tenors. In 2011 Andrew conducted both the opening and closing choral/orchestral concerts of the Mondial Choral Festival in Laval.

Andrew is also the general manager of the St. Lawrence Choir.

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     Artistic Director : Montreal Choral Institute & voces boreales
     Artistic Director : Chœur des enfants de Montréal
     Founder & Artistic Director : SingMontréalChante
     Assistant Conductor : Church of St. Andrew and St. Paul