Tracey Gregg-Boothby

DR. TRACEY GREGG-BOOTHBY is Professor of Music at Rose State College where she conducts the Rose State Chorus and Rose State Chamber Singers, teaches private voice and several other undergraduate courses in music. Dr. Gregg-Boothby also serves as the Artistic Director for the Edmond Community Chorus in Edmond, OK, as well as the Assistant Director of Worship Arts: Choral Music for First Presbyterian Church of Edmond.

Dr. Gregg-Boothby is a member of the National Collegiate Choral Organization, National Association for Music Education, Oklahoma Music Educators Association, American Choral Directors Association, Oklahoma Choral Directors Association and National Association of Teachers of Singing, and is a sought-after guest choral and vocal clinician for middle school and high school choirs. She has also served as stage director and music director for numerous musical theater productions.

Dr. Gregg-Boothby received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in vocal performance at Oklahoma State University and Oklahoma City University, respectively. She completed her DMA in Choral Conducting at the University of Oklahoma, with a specialization in researching the collection, transcription, and facilitation of choral arrangements of traditional Wichita tribal songs, in order to promote preservation of the Wichita musical culture and language. As a member of the Wichita tribe, Dr. Gregg-Boothby was instrumental in commissioning new choral arrangements from several of her transcriptions of traditional Wichita melodies. She has commissioned several prominent composers including Debra Scroggins whose arrangement of Morning Star Lullaby for women’s choir has been performed in concerts throughout the United States and which has been featured by the Concierto Coro Juvenil de Colombia (National Youth Choir of Colombia) in Bogotá, South America.


Jerod Tate's IHOLBA'
Tracey Gregg-Boothby, Guest Conductor

Join us for a special performance of Jerod Tate's IHOLBÁ accompanied by professional orchestra and brought to life by artistic projection. Under the direction and artistic vision of guest conductor, Dr. Tracey Gregg-Boothby, select choirs will have the opportunity to rehearse and perform at world-famous Carnegie Hall in New York City. For ensembles interested in solo time on stage, a Spotlight performance is also available. Ask us how! Optional packages are available to accommodate your transportation, sightseeing, and dining needs. This is sure to be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for your singers!