Scott Gregory

Voice Instructor

Vocal Coach

Director

Professional Singer


The North County School of the Arts (NCSA) and the Voice Studio are the creation of Scott and his wife, Pamela Laurent.  Together they have built one of North Counties premier places to learn from working professionals, the requirements of acting, singing and dancing on the professional stage and in front of a camera.

In addition to the acting, dance and singing classes that are offered through the NCSA, Scott, and Pamela, teach a select number of private voice students in their private studios.  

Scott serves as the Music Director and Set Coordinator for the NCSA and it's Musical Theater productions.  He has directed 10 shows for NCSA: Shrek, the Musical, Oliver!, Seussical, The Wizard of Oz, Oklahoma!, Annie Get Your Gun, Annie, Honk!, and You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown

Scott Gregory started his career as an operatic baritone.  He has been seen throughout the U.S. and Europe.  He has sung extensively in San Diego, singing Figaro, in the The Barber of Seville,  the Father in Hansel and Gretel, the Father in the world premier of Rumplestiltskin, and many others.  He has been heard as Guglielmo, in Cosi Fan Tutte, Top, The Tender Land, Count Almaviva in The Marriage of Figaro, Dandini, in Cinderella, Mr. Ford in Falstaff and others.
He sang almost 1000 performances of Raoul, Vis. de Chagny and Msr. Andre' in the German production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera.

In addition to his teaching responsibilities through the Voice Studio and the NCSA, Scott is on the Voice Faculty at the University of San Diego.

Scott's students have been seen on the professional stages in New York, London, and San Diego, etc. as well as in many Television shows.

Scott is a member of the National Association of Singing - NATS