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Dr. Gregory Cunningham completed his fourth season with the WSO and promises a great 42nd season.

Gregory Cunningham joined the WSO as Music Director in the 2010-11 season and has finished his fourth season as Music Director of the Warren Symphony Orchestra. His legacy continues to grow as he develops the orchestra’s sound and fine tunes its musicality. His passion, expertise and dedication are evident in the excellent music the orchestra continues to produce.

Dr. Cunningham

Starting a new decade with this 41st season, Maestro Cunningham brought together the best of musical styles with variety ranging from Rodgers and Hammerstein to jazz to chamber music and large orchestral works. The season included approachable favorites like the Mozart Concerto for Flute and Harp and Schuman’s “Rhenish” Symphony.  New was a concert that features individual players from within the symphony like our concertmaster Elizabeth Rowin.Dr. Cunningham

In addition to his role at WSO, Dr. Cunningham is also an Associate Professor of Music at Oakland University (Rochester, MI), where he teaches orchestral/wind conducting at the graduate and undergraduate levels and is music director for the orchestra in residence, the Oakland Symphony Orchestra. He has appeared as guest conductor with several professional orchestras throughout the Midwest and remains quite active as a guest conductor, clinician and adjudicator of high school orchestras throughout the United States