Anthony Gregory is a recipient of many awards and prizes including the Ian Fleming Award and the Lies Askonas Prize.
He was a Jerwood Young Artist for 2010 at Glyndebourne and a trainee of the prestigious National Opera Studio in 2011/12.
Notable engagements elsewhere:
Oronte Alcina (Teatro Real Madrid, Aix-en-Provence Festival), Prologue/Peter Quint Turn of the Screw (Glyndebourne on Tour); Shepherd Orfeo (ROH/ Roundhouse Theatre); Ferrando (Opéra de Limoges ), Tamino (NI Opera), title role Lucio Silla (Classical Opera); Agenore Il re pastore, Roderigo Otello alongside Anna Netrebko and Aleksandr Antonenko under the baton of Gergiev (Verbier Festival)
Notable concert engagements:
Schubert Rosamunde (BBC Philharmonic Orchestra); Bach St Matthew Passion (Three Choirs Festival); B minor Mass (Ludus Baroque); Bach St John Passion (Hereford Cathedral); launch of a new recording of Chilcott’s Requiem (Wells Cathedral); Handel’s Messiah (Cadogan Hall, Wells Cathedral and with Royal Scottish National Orchestra)
Previously for ENO:
Haemon/Strangers Thebans, Borsa Rigoletto, First Priest/First Armed Man, Tamino (cover) Magic Flute, Young Sailor Julietta
Last updated: 6th January 2016