Rohan Gregory is a violinist that has cultivated a wide ranging expertise in world music, changer music and new music. Rohan played with the Sophia Bilides Greek Folk ensemble for eight years, touring the U.S. and playing extensively throughout New England. His other world music endeavors have taken him to Europe with the Klezmatics, to Thailand with multi-ethnic flute player Abbie Rabinowitz, and to India with the Indo-jazz group Natraj. Recently he has played nationally and internationally with the flamenco guitarist Juanito Pascual. He is a member of the Worcester Chamber Music Society and is presently a member of the Pedroia String Quarter. He spent ten years as a member of QX, a string quartet that has been in residence at Clark University, and he was also a founding member for ten years of the Arden String Quartet, performing new music concerts in New York, Boston, Amsterdam and St. Petersburg, Russia. Locally, Rohan is a member of the Lyric Opera Company and the Boston Modern Orchestra Project. He coaches chamber music for the Walnut Hill School, teaches at the College of the Holy Cross, and spends his summers coaching at the Apple Hill Center for Chamber music in New Hampshire, at Music at Port Milford in Ontario, Canada, and at the WCMS Summer Festival.