Greg Fedderley – tenor

Greg Fedderley – tenor

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Greg Fedderly is an American operatic tenor.


Fedderly attended the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire where he majored in music. He planned to be a music teacher, but after performing in several campus productions he decided to pursue a career as an opera singer. Later, he went on to receive his masters degree from the University of Southern California.


Fedderly, a protégé of Plácido Domingo, is a principal member of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and a frequent performer in leading roles with several other opera companies including the Metropolitan Opera and the San Francisco Opera.  Beyond his performances on stage, Fedderly has been in several filmed opera productions including Tom Jones, The Rake’s Progress and El gato montés.  Among his numerous roles, Fedderly has performed as Arcadio, Goro, Monostatos, Brighella, Bob Boles and Don Basilio.

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