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Gregory Cross has appeared in Choral Concerts, Musicals, Theatre, Television & Opera across Canada and Great Britain. For five years he played the role of ‘Monsieur Firmin’ in the award –winning Toronto production of “Phantom of the Opera”. He has appeared on London’s West End in such shows as “Miss Saigon”. In Canada, Mr Cross has sung with choirs coast to coast; his theatrical appearances include the Charlottetown and Shaw Festivals . His operatic performances include appearances with the Edmonton, Vancouver and Canadian Opera Companies, and Opera in Concert in such roles as ‘Goloud’ in “Peleas et Melisande”, ‘Ramiro’ in “L’heure Espagnol”, and ‘Papageno’ in “The Magic Flute”. His TV credits include “Due South”, “Wind at my Back”, “The Twilight Zone” and a recurring role as ‘Ed Caruso’ (The Singing Telegram Man) on the children’s series “Noddy”. Gregory has Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from the University of Toronto. He is much in demand across the country as an adjudicator and clinician, his areas of expertise being Choirs, Choral Speech, Musical Theatre, Dramatic Arts & Classical Voice. Gregory teaches Singing in his Hamilton, Ontario and Oakville, Ontario studios focusing on Vocal Technique, Musical Theatre, Classical Voice and Pop. Website: Tel: 905 575-0178