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Gregory Zuber


Gregory Zuber is the principal percussionist for the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, which he joined in 1986. He’s toured the United States, Europe, and Japan with the Met, and he’s been featured with the orchestra as a concerto soloist at Carnegie Hall. He can be heard regularly on the Met’s radio broadcasts, satellite radio broadcasts, and HD movie theater broadcasts.

As a solo recitalist and chamber musician, Zuber has appeared at Carnegie Hall’s Zankel Hall and Weill Recital Hall, the Verbier Festival, the Leigh Howard Stevens Summer Marimba Seminar, the New York Chamber Music Festival, The Juilliard School’s Summer Percussion Seminar, the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, and Music from Angel Fire. He’s also performed regularly with the Met Chamber Ensemble.

Gregory Zuber plays chamber music with his wife, flutist Patricia Zuber, as Duo Zuber. They can be heard on their duo album, Blackbird Redux (Belarca Records), and Zuber can also be heard on his solo album, Life Behind Bars: Masterworks for Marimba. Both albums are available via Amazon, CD Baby, and Spotify.