Gregory DeTurck, piano, is a graduate of the Juilliard School and the Eastman School of Music, where he studied with Julian Martin and Thomas Schumacher, respectively. As the winner of the 2010 William Petschek Award, he gave his formal debut recital at Alice Tully Hall. Recent solo recitals include appearances at Carnegie Hall during Liszt Discovery Day, on Radio Suisse Espace 2, and at the Deutsch-Amerikanische Institute as part of the Heidelberger Klavierwoche. He has won several top prizes on the international piano competition circuit, including the Raeburn Prize for Artist of Special Promise at the 2006 Honens Competition in Calgary. Gregory has appeared as a soloist most recently to play one of his top "wish list" pieces - Ravel G Major Concerto - at the Lakes Area Music Festival; other engagements include the Los Angeles Philharmonic in Thomas Ades's Concerto Conciso with the composer as conductor, the Minnesota Orchestra, the Philadelphia Orchestra, International Festival Orchestra Beijing, the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, and several others within the Tri-State Area. Under the auspices of the Academy (a program of Carnegie Hall, the Juilliard School, and the Weill Music Institute), Gregory has given chamber music concerts and helped lead outreach residencies in Tokyo, Merida, Abu Dhabi, Mumbai, Asturias, Baltimore, and New York. For the past two summers, he has served as adjunct faculty at both the Valencia International Piano Academy and the Dakota Sky International Piano Festival; prior such appearances include the Gijon International Piano Fesitval and the American Academy in Beijing. Gregory currently lives in Philadelphia, where he works as a Theory and Performance Lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania's School of Arts and Sciences.