About Ruth Morris Gray
Ruth Morris Gray is an active music teacher, composer, arranger, choral conductor, and pianist. She is Chair of the Music Department at Rosemead High School in Rosemead, California, where she directs four choirs and teaches AP Music Theory and Piano. Previously, Ruth taught piano for five years at The Master's College, in Santa Clarita, CA. She has also been involved in directing adults and children of all ages in church music for over twenty-five years.
Ruth received her B.M. in Piano Performance and Composition from Biola University in 1983. She continued her studies in composition at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where she earned her M.A. degree in Music Composition. In 2004, Ruth received her single subject teaching credential in Music from California State University, Northridge. Ruth is active in several professional organizations including ASCAP, ACDA, and Southern California Vocal Association.
Ruth lives with her husband Doug and their three children in Southern California.