Anna Gregg - Biography
Recent Winner of the ‘Deborah Voight Opera Prize’ at the Glenarm Festival of Voice, Anna Gregg is the ‘Northern Ireland Opera Young Opera Voice of 2023’. Anna is a Northern-Irish soprano, who graduated with distinction, from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where she studied her BMus(Hons), MMus and MPerf under the tutelage of Sarah Pring. Since graduating in 2022, Anna has been fortunate to have worked with Opera Collective Ireland and Sestina Music on their award winning production of Handel’s ‘Semele’, conducted by Christian Curnyn. She was also engaged with Sestina’s ‘Music of Celebration’ concert tour, and thoroughly enjoyed Wexford Festival Opera’s season, playing the role of ‘Alice Gibbens James’ in ‘The Master’ (Caruso), as well as chorus roles in ‘La Tempesta’ (Halevy), ‘Lalla-Roukh’ (David), and ‘Armida’ (Dvorák). Most recently, Anna has been performing in a production of ‘L’elisir d’amore’ - Donizetti with Longborough Festival Opera. Anna has a particular passion for oratorio, has been fortunate this year to have sung the soprano solos in the following works with various choral societies in the UK: Mozart - Requiem, Mozart - Vesperae solennes de confessore, Fauré - Requiem, Handel - ‘Messiah’, Franck - Die sieben letzen Wrote Christi am Kreutz. She is looking forward to covering the role of ‘Elena’ in ‘Elena and Gerardo’ - Bottini, with Random Opera later this season. Anna was thrilled to be an ‘Associate Artist’ with NI Opera last year, and was delighted to open their summer recital series in July as a soloist.