Guillermo Gregorio Trio





Guillermo Gregorio Trio

This performance is made possible through the generous support of Marc Andren and Christine Reardon.


  • Guillermo Gregorio, clarinet
  • Fred Lonberg-Holm, cello
  • Carrie Biolo, vibraphone/percussion

Event Details

Times and dates of performances are subject to change.

This performance is generously sponsored by Marc Andren and Christine Reardon.

See our Edgefest page for more information about the festival. 

Additional support for Edgefest is made possible in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Art Works.


Guillermo Gregorio

Clarinetist, saxophonist and composer Guillermo Gregorio was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina where became interested in jazz clarinet by listening to Pee Wee Russell and Jimmy Noone but began to pursue experimental music in the early 1960s, culminating in his Unheard Music project.  In addition to his musical work, Gregorio also worked as a professor of architecture and as an author writing about classical and modern avant-garde music forms. He lived in Los Angeles and Vienna and then relocated to Chicago, where he taught at Purdue University and had a work commissioned by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Since 1995 Gregorio has recorded several albums for HatHut Records, working with Carrie Biolo, Michael Cameron, Jim O’Rourke, Mats Gustafsson and Kjell Nordeson. 

Fred Lonberg-Holm

Cellist, or as he has famously described himself, anti-cellist Fred Lonberg-Holm has played and studied music in a variety of situations from The Juilliard School to the gutter. A former student of Anthony Braxton, Morton Feldman, Bunita Marcus, and Pauline Oliveros, his primary projects are his Valentine Trio and The Lightbox Orchestra. He has also been a member groups led by Joe McPhee (Survival Unit III), Peter Brotzmann (Chicago 10tet), and Ken Vandermark (Vandermark 5, Frame 4tet, Territory Ensemble). Improvisers he has worked with include Jim Baker, John Butcher, Wilbert DeJoode, Axel Doerner, Mats Gustafsson, Charlotte Hug, Peter Kowald, Nicole Mitchell, Torsten Muller, and Michael Zerang. A long-time stalwart of the Chicago scene, he has recently relocated to the East Coast.

Carrie Biolo

Percussionist Carrie Biolo has toured extensively throughout the United States, Germany, Japan, Taiwan, Austria, Spain, and Italy and has recorded over twenty-five CD’s on various labels. She is an instructor at Northern Michigan University where she directs the OM New Music Ensemble and teaches World Music. She is the founder and artistic director of the Percussive Attack Camp, maintains a private percussion studio and is a percussionist with the Marquette Symphony Orchestra.