Miika Gregg has enjoyed a varied and successful performing career, having served as a member of the Los Angeles Philharmonic for several seasons as well as playing in the first violin section of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra for 6 years. Born in Finland and raised in Boston, Gregg studied under Boston Symphony violinist Aza Raykhtsaum before attending Indiana University, where he was taught by Koichiro Harada and Ik-Hwan Bae.
He pursued graduate studies at The Cleveland Institute of Music and Southern Methodist University where he studied under William Preucil and Emanuel Borok, respectively. Mr. Gregg has also been mentored by Alex Kerr, with whom he studied for several summers as a fellowship recipient at the Aspen Music Festival and School. Mr. Gregg is an active chamber musician and a passionate educator. He endeavors to instill his students with the love of music and the richness that the violin can provide throughout one’s life. He describes himself as a patient and sensitive teacher.
In his free time, Miika enjoys writing songs, cooking, reading Finnish novels, and fishing.