Portrait of David Greco
David Greco, Baritone
Internationally regarded for his interpretations of Schubert Lieder and the works of J.S. Bach, baritone David Greco has sung on some of the finest stages across Europe. 

David Greco has appeared as a principal in opera festivals such as Festival d’Aix-en-Provence and Glyndebourne.

He regularly appears with leading Australian ensembles such as Pinchgut Opera, Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Sydney Philharmonia and the Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and West Australian symphony orchestras. He has appeared as a principal artist with Opera Australia, and his performances as Seneca in Pinchgut’s Coronation of Poppea and Momus in Platée received critical acclaim.

He has an impressive catalogue of solo recordings and is an active researcher into the historical performance practice of nineteenth-century vocal music, recently receiving his doctorate from Melbourne University. This led to the first Australian recordings of historically informed performances of Schubert’s song cycles Winterreise and Die schöne Müllerin (ABC Classic), the latter receiving an ARIA nomination for Best Classical Album (2020). Schwanengesang will be recorded later this year.

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