Eleanor Greenwood

Eleanor Greenwood

Biography

Eleanor Greenwood is a graduate of London’s Royal Academy of Music Opera School and Australian National University School of Music, and first prize winner of the McDonald’s Operatic Aria. She made her professional debut in Ireland at the Opera Festival in Wexford, in Statkowski’s little known Polish Opera, Maria. Eleanor recently made her debut in the role of Sieglinde (Die Walküre). A diverse soprano, other recent roles include Ortlinde in Die Walküre, Dama in Verdi’s Macbeth and Annio in La clemenza di Tito.

In the UK and Ireland Eleanor sang at Grange Park Opera, the Dorset Opera Festival, and she returned to Wexford Festival Opera in various roles. She also sang at the Ryedale Festival in North Yorkshire, the Ashover Festival in Derbyshire, for West Sussex Opera and the Bloomsbury Festival in London.

Eleanor has sung the soprano solos in Handel’s Messiah at Brisbane City Hall and Mozart’s Requiem at St Andrew’s Cathedral. Concerts include Opera by the Lake (Childers), Music on Sundays (QSO), Opera in the Paddock (Armidale), Mozart by Moonlight (Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne), Opera in the Park (Boroondara). Eleanor has toured Chinese Poly Theatres in opera and concert productions.

Current Performances

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The Sopranos – Regional Tour

Opera Queensland’s The Sopranos, celebrates the bold and rebellious roles women have played throughout the history of music. In this rich and exciting production, women dare to be different, love…

The Sopranos – Regional Tour

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