Vocalist - Baritone
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Baritone Lee Gregory, who has been praised by the critic of the Boston Herald for “his lovely lyric voice and engaging natural stage presence”, performs a wide a varied repertoire ranging from the Baroque to contemporary music of today. Of his performance in Philip Glass’ The Fall of the House of Usher with Chicago Opera Theater, the critic of the Chicago Sun-Times proclaimed that Mr. Gregory “…conveys William’s own combination of innocence and desire with a compelling voice and stage presence.” The critic of the Chicago Tribune wrote that he “…sings with a strong baritone and believably conveys the panic William feels as events spiral ever more crazily out of his control…”

Posted: Aug-21-2019
Latest Acclaim

"After scoring as Leporello in his LOON debut in 'Don Giovanni,' baritone Lee Gregory delivers another stellar performance as the flamboyant Belcore, a sergeant who dresses like he should be leading a company of Hussars and not a rag-tag collection of misfits in uniform."

— Duluth News Tribune
Posted: Jun-15-2019