Gregory Finney

John Styx
Orpheus in the Underworld

"There's no place like home." - Dorothy Gale. 


Called “A masterclass in Irrepressible, over-the-top physical comedy” by Opera Going Toronto and “delightful” by OperaCanada, Cape Breton Baritone Gregory Finney is over the moon to be returning to TOT. The Dora Award-winner (Outstanding Ensemble - Opera) for #ATGMessiah and nominee for the ATG's premiere of Figaro's Wedding, Gregory’s “big, surprising voice” (schmopera.com) has also been seen in many roles here at TOT: Die Fledermaus (Orlofsky), The Merry Widow (Baron Zeta), The Chocolate Soldier (Popoff), HMS Pinafore (Sir Joseph), The Csárdàs Princess (Feri), The Gondoliers (Plaza Toro) and many more. Gregory's also performed in Operas like Die Zauberflöte (Papageno), Don Giovanni (Leporello), Street Scene (Abraham Kaplan), Cendrillon (Maitre de Plaisirs); all the way to Musicals in Footloose: The Musical (Rev. Moore), Beauty and the Beast (Narrator/M. D'Arque), A Funny Thing Happened on The Way to the Forum (Marcus Lycus) and the Canadian Premiere of Jerry Springer: The Opera to name a few.