Andrea Gregori
 
 
 
 

 
 

A versatile young artist with an exceptionally beautiful voice and dramatic presence, Andrea Gregori is at home in virtually all musical styles and periods.

She began her career as a dancer/choreographer, but quickly moved into the realm of opera, concert and musical theater. Andrea has performed with the Tri-Cities Opera, Ashlawn-Highland Summer Festival, Opera Equinox in Vermont, Four Corners Opera and Central Florida Lyric Opera, in a wide variety of roles, including Marie (Daughter Of The Regiment, Pamina, Micaela, Norina, Musetta, Adele, Lucy (The Telephone), and Zerlina. Other roles include Mimi, Fiordiligi, Susanna (Marriage Of Figaro), and Lauretta (Gianni Schicchi), as well as numerous roles in operetta and musical theater.

Ms. Gregori most recently enjoyed enormously successful performances as Josephine in HMS Pinafore with the New York Savoyards. This followed concerts of operatic excerpts in New York and Philadelphia with well-known Metropolitan Opera artists, tenor Enrico Di Giuseppe and baritones Dominic Cossa and Guido LeBron. She was a featured soloist with the New york State Sports & Entertainment Celebrity Gala in 2000. Ms. Gregori was twice a regional winner of the National Association of Teachers of Singing competition, a fianlist for the MacAllister National Opera Awards and a finalist in the 2002 Internationla Schorr competition. She is a recipient of the Esther Boyer Griswold Voice & Opera Award and the Florence Berggren Voice Scholarship from Temple University in Philadelphia, from which she received a Bachelor of Music Degree (magna cum laude) in Voice Performance. The daughter of opera singers, Ms. Gregori spent her childhood in Germany and speaks fluent German.

-HMS Pinafore-
"…I swear I would set sail with Andrea Gregori on a dinghy if she promised to sing! A beautiful voice springing from a haunting beauty with a knack for balancing pathos and humor. Steven DellAversano must have loved draping her as he did, in a resplendent pastel that literally made the audience gasp when she appeared in Act 2."
-Milestone-August 2002