If you are a ‘fan’ of Greg’s welcome, hopefully you will enjoy coming back to this
site often. On the ‘Been there..’ page you will find some introductory information
about how Greg first came to the attention of the general public.
You can also read on the ‘Been there….’ page what Greg has done since including information on a series of concerts he gave in 2011 entitled ‘Night of Classics’.
Go to the ‘High Notes and Low Downs’ page and you will find a link to a recording of him singing the wonderful aria La Habanera from the opera Carmen, but very much with his own unique twist. On this page you will also find a few biographical details on Greg and some up to date news.
Up to date news can also be found on the ‘Lost in Music’ page where Greg reveals to the reader what some of his all time favourite pieces of classical music are. Details of some of the performances that he took part in during 2012 can be found on the ‘Saturday Academy’ page.
In the summer of 2012 Greg attended an International Opera Course. A review of the piano concert, which was the first of the two concerts that were performed at the end of the course, can be read on the ‘International Course’ page.
On the ‘Contacts’ page you will find information on how to reach Greg.
Photograph taken after the Porthcawl Concert
Art work by Christabel Dunham
You can read further news of Greg in the News section of the High Notes and Low Downs page, including news of some recent filming work.
Greg has recently become of member of the St Woolos Cathedral Choir. St Woolos dates back some 1500 years and is an ancient place of pilgrimage. With the enthronement of Rowan Williams as Archbishop of Wales in February 2000, the Cathedral became the Metropolitan Cathedral for Wales for the third time in its history. The choir has made several CDs, tours regularly in the summer holidays, visits Cathedrals and Abbey churches around the country to sing Evensong and is frequently invited to broadcast on both radio and television. Greg sings with the choir for their Friday Evensong and Sunday Morning Service. and Evensong.