Patricia Gray holds a Ph.D. in musicology from Washington University and was a member of the music faculty at Rhodes College from 1976-2001. While there she became active in the creation of online resources for use in music history and music theory classrooms. She has presented her work at national technology conferences such as SyllabusWeb, Ed-Media, Educause, Mid-South Instructional Technology Conference, and the International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition. From 2001-2006 she led the Orpheus Alliance, music division of the Association Colleges of the South. In this position she created the annual ACS New Music Festival and Technology Workshop which was held for five years. She has created a large body of online teaching materials available on the her website. In 2002 she founded the Luna Nova New-Music Ensemble which has now performed over 100 concerts in colleges, museums, and other venues across the country. Currently, she is the executive and artistic director of Luna Nova Music (www.lunanova.org) which produces numerous concerts through the year as well as the Belvedere Chamber Music Festival (www.belvederefestival.org) held each summer in Memphis, TN. She also serves as President of the Beethoven Club of Memphis and maintains a private piano studio.