Greta Bradman’s Album ‘My Hero’ Tops The Chart

Since its release on August 7 2015, Greta Bradman has secured Australian chart success with her debut Decca Classics album, ‘My Hero’. Greta’s latest album, a tribute to her musical heroes, debuted at #1 on the ARIA Classical and Crossover Charts and also #11 in ARIA’s main chart upon its release. The success continues, as … [Read More]

Decca Classics Australia Signs Greta Bradman

Listen to Greta performing ‘Ombre Piante’ from Handel’s Rodelinda conducted by Richard Bonynge* ‘True old-fashioned bel canto sound – the sort we only dream about today’ Richard Bonynge Decca Classics (Australia) is proud to announce a brand new signing – Greta Bradman, described as a soprano ‘with rare warmth and timbral richness’ (The Australian). She will make … [Read More]

One Last ANAM Fellowship Performance For Greta

At lunch time on Tuesday 26th November at the South Melbourne Town Hall, Greta will be presenting one very special and final ANAM fellowship performance as part of the Australian National Academy of Music lunch hour program.   Just two works are on offer, and what incredible works they are. The first, Lua Descolorida by … [Read More]

Greta Bradman Joins ‘Voices in the Forest’ 2013

  Greta is performing in this year’s stunning ‘Voices in the Forest’ concert in the National Arboretum, Canberra, singing alongside soprano Emma Matthews and tenor Rosario La Spina, with the Voices in the Forest Orchestra conducted by Roland Peelman, along with cabaret offerings from Robyn Archer OA. An extremely well organised and supremely enjoyable afternoon … [Read More]

Greta Announced As 2013 Australian International Opera Award Recipient

Greta has been announced the recipient of the prestigious Australian International Opera Award for 2013. This allows Greta to take up an invitation from Dennis O’Neill to study towards a MA of Advanced Vocal Studies with him and his international colleagues at the Wales International Academy of Voice. Focus will be on bel canto technique, … [Read More]

A Concert Not To Be Missed

On Mothers’ Day, Sunday 12 May 2013 at the Melbourne Town Hall, Greta will join baritone Teddy Tahu Rhodes and conductor Andrew Wailes with his Royal Melbourne Philharmonic choirs and orchestra for a very special concert. She will sing the soprano solo in the Brahms German Requiem (for soprano and baritone soloists, choir and orchestra). … [Read More]

Awarded 2012 APRA AMCOS SA ‘Performance of the Year’ Award

Greta and Zephyr String Quartet have been awarded the 2012 APRA AMCOS SA ‘performance of the year’ award for their spellbinding presentation of Australian composer Paul Stanhope’s song cycle Sea Chronicles. Send Greta a message of congratulations at

Greta awarded 2013 Fellowship at the Australian National Academy of Music

Greta has been announced as one of four recipients of a 2013 Fellowship at the Australian National Academy of Music. 
She will use her fellowship to explore through performance the use of folk song and existing melody (e.g., plainchant and melodic lines that were composed in previous times) in 20th and 21st century composition. 
Her … [Read More]

Chinese New Year concert with China National Opera!

Marking the first occasion for the Shanghai International Arts Festival to present a concert outside of China, China National Opera conductor Zhu Man and their four superstar tenors along with Orchestra Victoria were joined by Greta for a special Chinese New Year concert in Elisabeth Murdoch Hall. Gorgeous and well-known opera arias were on the … [Read More]

Prize-winner of 2013 Barry Alexander International Vocal Competition

“I’m honoured and utterly delighted to have been awarded second prize for the prestigious 2013 BAIVC. This award and the support shown to me by Mr. Alexander means the world, particularly given the credence the competition affords to art song as well as opera.”“I’m honoured and utterly delighted to have been awarded second prize for … [Read More]