Gregory Foreman holds a Certificate of Piano Performance, Bachelor of Music Education, and Master of Arts in Teaching. He has also completed 45 post-graduate hours in instructional technology integration and differentiated instruction. In addition to teaching piano at Music/Arts Institute, Mr. Foreman is an author and clinician for Alfred Music Publishing, Inc. as well as, an adjunct professor for the Edmund. J. Gleazer School of Education, Graceland University.
As the winner of the graduate piano level “Kansas City Symphony Honors” audition, Mr. Foreman has performed Liszt’s Second Piano Concerto with the Kansas City Symphony. He was also selected as graduate piano winner of the “Concerto-Aria” competition and performed as soloist with the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory Orchestra. He has been featured soloist on both Kansas and National Public Radio broadcasts and was selected to perform as soloist with the Youth Symphony of Kansas City as part of its 50th anniversary season. In addition to performing, Mr. Foreman has presented workshops at many Music Educators Association state conventions and technology conferences.
During his successful career as a music instructor in the Lee's Summit School District, Mr. Foreman was selected the recipient of “The Excellence In Teaching” award, “Learning for Life” award, and the “Hertzog Leadership” award. These honors were presented in recognition for his outstanding service as "Music in Education" keyboard lab facilitator, professional staff development affiliate, district lead music teacher, mentor teacher, and his work with music curriculum development.