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The Australian harpsichordist and conductor Luke Green has worked primarily in the field of opera, where his expertise has ranged from Monteverdi to bel canto. Studying at the Royal Academy after initial studies in Sydney, his affinity with the voice has brought collaboration with Grange Park Opera, the English Bach Festival, The Sixteen and Dartington International Summer School productions. He has had repeat engagements with the Salzburg Festival, the Bavarian State Opera, the Netherlands Opera, the Theater an der Wien, the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, the Maggio Musicale in Florence and the Opéra National du Rhin in Strasbourg, either as harpsichordist, chef du chant, assistant conductor, or a combination of these rôles. He also worked on Purcell’s Fairy Queen for Glyndebourne.

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