Greg Schweizer (Musical Director) received his Bachelors Degree in Music Education from Webster University. He has performed all styles of music as director, conductor, arranger, composer, organist, pianist, soloist, teacher and voice coach. He has served as an adjunct professor at Webster University in St. Louis, for 25 years. He is currently the Music Director in St. Louis at Our Lady of Sorrows Church and Visitation Academy where he is also the Visual and Performing Arts Chair.
In 2004, he trained the chorus for the St. Louis appearance of Josh Groban at The ScotTrade Center. He has conducted members of the St. Louis Symphony and St. Louis Philharmonic Orchestra, the St. Louis Municipal Pops Orchestra and has been conductor, accompanist and arranger for Broadway star Ken Page. He has accompanied and been musical director for Broadway star Lara Teeter for his “Lucky to be Me” one man show in St. Louis as well as 54 Below in New York.
He has conducted members of the SLSO in a concert featuring the St. Louis premier of Blackberry Winter by Connie Ellisor. Mr. Schweizer was also the Musical Director/Conductor for Missouri’s own Neal E. Boyd, the 2008 winner of America’s Got Talent, as well as Music Director of both the Variety Children’s chorus and the Variety Children’s Theater.
He is the pianist and conductor for the VP Ball Orchestra and was Musical Director/Conductor for the Variety Children’s Theater for their first 9 seasons as well as the Variety Children’s Chorus.
He has accompanied Donald O’Conner, Georgia Frontierre, Lou Rawles, Harry Bellefonte, Tommy Tune, Rita Moreno, Stephanie Block, Andrea McCardle, Bernadette Peters, Kathy Rigby, Sutton Foster, and Avery Sommers. He and his wife Diane and two sons, Matt and Eric live in St. Louis.