Greg Fedderly


Greg Fedderly's change in direction focusing on the comprimario tenor repertoire has proven extremely successful and he is now in demand for these roles in major theatres around the US and Europe. He appears in several productions a season with the Metropolitan Opera, Los Angeles Opera, San Francisco Opera and San Diego Opera.

Mr Fedderly is a principal artist at the Los Angeles Music Center Opera and is a protégé of Placido Domingo. With LA Opera Mr Fedderly has performed leading roles such as the title role in Britten's Albert Herring, Rodolfo in La Boheme, Der Jungling in Die Frau ohne Schatten, Pinkerton in Madama Butterfly, Don Ramiro in La Cenerentola , Janek in The Makropolous Case, Alfredo in La Traviata, Fenton in Falstaff and Ernesto in Don Pasquale.

Engagements in recent years include Monostatos in Die Zauberflote for the Met, San Francisco Opera, Dallas Opera, and LA Opera, and Don Basilio in Le Nozze di Figaro at the Metropolitan Opera. He has sung Brighella in Ariadne auf Naxos for Washington National Opera,and a cameo appearance in The Play of Daniel. He also sang Borsa in Rigoletto and Noble in Lohengrin with Los Angeles Opera, Pang in Turandot for San Francisco Opera, Arcadio in Florencia En El Amazonas for Opera Colorado, Orellano in Ducle Rosa for Los Angeles Opera and Murder in the Cathedral, Bardolfo in Falstaff for San Francisco Opera, and Red Whiskers in Billy Budd for Los Angeles Opera. 

Forthcoming Greg will sing Monostatos Die Zauberfloete and Don Basilio Le Nozze di Figaro at the Metropolitan Opera.

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Lee Holdridge

Dulce Rosa

Eli & Edythe Broad Stage, Santa Monica

"The gifted tenor Greg Fedderly is especially effective as the Senator, an omnipresent and overbearing father figure who urges his daughter on to vengeance from beyond the grave." Opera Reviews, 30 May 2013



San Diego Opera

"Tenor Greg Fedderly, known here for roles in Peter Grimes, Samson and Delilah and Murder in the Cathedral, projected with effective passion in the often-underappreciated role of the Messenger." Erica Miner,, 22 April 2013