Five-time Grammy nominee Roger Treece is a teacher, singer, composer, and arranger whose work encompasses classical, jazz, pop, stage and studio, with some of the world’s most popular artists.
He was associate producer, arranger and singer on Josh Groban’s #1 selling album, All That Echoes and the composer/producer mastermind behind Bobby McFerrin’s groundbreaking release VOCAbuLarieS, a collection of seven extended world-classical choral works, hailed as “a masterpiece,” “the future of choral music,” “a new standard for choral recording.”
Mr Treece has produced over 50 albums and written for a wide range of artists, including The Manhattan Transfer, The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Barry Manilow, the Goo Goo Dolls, Katherine McPhee, Mark Murphy, the King’s Singers, the Los Angeles Master Chorale, and rapper Z-Trip.
An impassioned educator and clinician, Roger has taught extensively in both the US and Europe. His first book CircleSongs: A Method for developing Musical Fluency is the first study method that uses this popular choral improvisational form as a vehicle for training musicians. His second book, Musical Fluency, is a practice method that teaches how to create polyphonic music structures in real-time.