Woodwinds Faculty (saxophone)
B.Mus., B.Ed., M.Mus., DMA
A native of Calgary, Kristine Gray began her musical studies at an early age studying classical guitar, voice and saxophone. Kristine obtained her Bachelor of Music degree at the University of Calgary, under the direction of Dr. Jeremy Brown. Kristine has obtained her Bachelor of Education and has been an educator in Calgary, Toronto and Boston as well as having an active private studio. She has given lectures and performances in Banff, the Juilliard School, Jordan Hall in Boston, the Netherlands, Thailand, Scotland and France
An active performer, Kristine has performed with the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, the Red Deer Symphony, gives solo recitals and has an active private lesson studio in the Calgary area. She co-compiled the most recent 2014 edition of the Royal Conservatory of Music Saxophone Exam Syllabus and has arranged and published Brahms Cello Sonata No. 2, Opus 99 for saxophone and piano. In 2016 Kristine completed a Doctorate of Musical Arts in Saxophone Performance through Boston University, under the direction of Kenneth Radnofsky. In addition to teaching at the Conservatory, Kristine is an educator with the Calgary Board of Education.