Gregory Flood has played, written and conducted in every medium, from the concert stage, theatre, opera, musicals, TV to feature film and the recording studio.
In the theatre he orchestrated and conducted the premiere of his original musical "Gershwin - The Musical" for the Victorian Arts Centre with the State Orchestra of Victoria, and, for the Victorian State Opera, he conducted over 280 performances of his re-orchestration of "HMS Pinafore" and 20 performances of his re-orchestration of "La Belle Helene". He also orchestrated and conducted the Victorian Arts Centre's production of "Macbeth" by David Hobson and contributed dance arrangements, underscore and conducted JC Williamson's Australian Tour of "Me and My Girl". His work in theatre led to an invitation from Gian-Carlo Menotti to orchestrate his opera "Goya" for Placido Domingo and the Los Angeles Opera.
He has been an orchestrator and/ or producer on over 50 Film and Television soundtracks, and his TV Credits include the Theme for the mini-series "The ANZACS" and arrangements for the Don Lane Show (where he was lead trombone), Young Talent Time, Carols by Candlelight and numerous other programs for the ABC, 7 Network and Network Ten. His work for the ABC Showband earned him the FEIP Australian Arranger of the Year Award two years in a row.
He has arranged for the best in the business including Don Lane, the Little River Band with John Farnham, Graeme Lyall, Daryl Braithwaite, Jo Jo Zep (Joe Camilleri) Stephen Cummings, Pseudo Echo and Kids in the Kitchen and toured with Sammy Davis Jnr, Manhattan Transfer, Gladys Knight, Julio Inglesias and Bob Hope.
For many years he was a King Musical Instruments trombone clinician presenting hundreds of clinics, concerts and master classes throughout Australia.
For the past twenty years Greg has combined his musical career with his work as a corporate lawyer.