Vocalist - Baritone
Acclaim
 
Stark 'Lucretia' dazzles in Toledo Opera debut
"As Roman generals Collatinus and Junius, bass-baritone Matthew Burns and baritone Lee Gregory bring rich musicality and authentic emotion to their roles. As the bad boy Etruscan prince, Tarquinius, Philip Cutlip is menacing and macho."
Sally Vallongo, Toledo Blade
The Fall of the House of Usher, Nashville Opera, 11/14/09

"Baritone Lee Gregory fielded a refulgently sung, passionately characterized William."

Mark Thomas Ketterson, Opera News
Two by Philip Glass
"The excellent singers were baritone Lee Gregory as the clueless William, tenor Vale Rideout as the disturbed Roderick."
Heidi Waleson, Wall Street Journal
'Fall of the House of Usher' at Nashville Opera
"The characters' relationships are brought startlingly to life by a superb cast of singers. Baritone Lee Gregory's exquisite voice and stellar acting make William an empathetic protagonist with whom the audience can readily identify."
Jeffrey Ellis, broadwayworld.com
Nashville Opera's 'Usher' does Poe proud
"Videos, drawings and stills of an often-macabre nature are displayed on the scrim and screen to convey the chaos of thoughts in a feverish mind. That feverish mind belongs to William (baritone Lee Gregory), who has been summoned to the house of his childhood friend Roderick Usher (tenor Vale Rideout). Gregory [and] Rideout ... have beautiful voices. But it's not enough to say they're good singers, because their acting is good as well."
Evans Donnell, The Tennessean
Passionate affair raw with emotion
"Baritone Lee Gregory (as Nedda's lover Silvio) also distinguished himself with an expressive, velvety voice."
John Pitcher, Omaha World-Herald
The Ghosts of Versailles (6/17/09), Opera Theatre of Saint Louis
"Lee Gregory portrayed the moronic servant Wilhelm with oafish glee."
Judith Malafronte, Opera News
Candide, Toledo Opera, 5/2/09
"Lee Gregory returned to Toledo Opera to sing Maximilian and the Captain, and his baritonal presence was most enjoyable."
Alan Montgomery, Opera News
Saint Louis: Reliably Excellent
"The real-time bad guys were equally well-served by Lee Gregory, a vocally assured and physically active (and fearless) Wilhelm ..."
Opera Now
The Ghosts of Versailles
"Baritone Lee Gregory provides a nice comic balance as Bégearss's inept henchman Wilhelm."
Chuck Lavazzi, KDHX (St. Louis)
Vocalists Michael Slattery, Lee Gregory, and Eugene Brancoveanu join conductor Carl St.Clair and the Pacific Symphony for a rendition of "New York, New York" from "On the Town" Saturday at Verizon.
Leonard Bernstein on the fly in Irvine
"... baritone Lee Gregory supplied creamy warmth in 'Lucky to Be Me.'"
Timothy Mangan, Orange County Register
For Midsummer, Bizet reimagined
"Lee Gregory was an elegant and deftly preening Escamillo."
Jeremy Eichler, Boston Globe
"Gregory has a fine, strapping baritone that was most effective as Figaro and as the young soldier Guglielmo in 'Così'." ["THE MARRIAGES OF MOZART" - Boston Midsummer Opera]
Boston Globe
"Up next in the Bates College Concert Series are acclaimed opera singers Kelly Kaduce, soprano, and Lee Gregory, baritone." Read More...
Lewiston Sun-Journal
"Lee Gregory, who had already produced some fine performances earlier in the week was a charming Father. His rich baritone handled the role well and his versatility as an actor was evident by the end of the week, for he had already created a charismatic Don Giovanni and a feisty feline in 'L'enfant.'" [DON GIOVANNI - Ridge Light Opera]
Classical New Jersey
"Lee Gregory's commanding baritone transfixed us in his roles as Don Giovanni and the Father in 'Hänsel und Gretel.'" [HANSEL AND GRETEL - Ridge Light Opera]
Morristown Gazette
"Baritone Lee Gregory was a hilarious self-adoring Maximillian." [CANDIDE - Des Moines Metro Opera]
Des Moines Register
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