Gregory Andrew Kinda was born in
. In 1983, his family immigrated to Katowice, Poland . In 1984, at the age of 6, he became the youngest scholar to enter the Sydney Conservatorium of Music in the preparatory department. In 1986 he moved to Papua-New Guinea, and in 1990 he returned to Australia . He studied at the Poland Katowice Secondary Music School and completed university studies at the Academy of Music in . Katowice
In 1999 Gregory completed his Master of Arts degree in an accelerated three years instead of the usual five. Following post-graduate work in
Norway and Poland, he returned to in 2000. From 2001 to 2006 Gregory was a piano lecturer at the Australian International Conservatorium of Music in Harris Park, NSW. In 2003 He additionally completed his Bachelor of Teaching degree at the Sydney . He also holds a position as a piano teacher at the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Conservatorium in Penrith, NSW teaching the advanced students. Gregory has performed in University of Western Sydney Australia, Poland, Norway, Germany, Russia, France, Czech Republic and . In March 2010 Gregory opened the state celebrations of The Year of Frederic Chopin at the Sydney City Recital Hall, Angel Place, during a concert attended by the Governor of NSW, Professor Marie Bashir . Japan
Gregory Kinda brings a new vital energy to classical piano music. His repertoire ranges from Bach to 20th century composers such as the great Polish composer Grayna Bacewicz.