Gregory Zavracky

Praised for his fine musicality and “clarion tone,” tenor Gregory Zavracky’s recent engagements include Handel’s Messiah (Rhode Island Philharmonic), Britten’s Les Illuminations (Aurea Ensemble), Bach’s Magnificat (Back Bay Chorale), the role of Tamino in The Magic Flute (Boston Lyric Opera), Ferrando in Cosi Fan Tutte (Cape Cod Opera), Count Almaviva in Barber of Seville (Townsend Opera), and opera and pops concerts with both Chautauqua and Utah Symphonies. He has also collaborated in premieres with Hartford Opera Theater, Five Boroughs Music Festival and American Repertory Theater. Gregory teaches voice at the University of Connecticut, Brown University, and Boston University Tanglewood Institute. He holds a DMA in voice performance from Boston University, Master’s degrees from New England Conservatory and a BA from Emory University.