Eleanor Greenwood is a graduate of London’s Royal Academy of Music Opera Studio and the Australian National University School of Music, first prizewinner of the Sydney Eisteddfod Opera Scholarship competition. She made her professional debut in Ireland at the Opera Festival in Wexford. In the UK and Ireland Eleanor sang for various companies including Grange Park Opera and Dorset Opera Festival, and returned to Wexford Festival Opera in various roles. 

A recent Richard Divall Emerging Artist, Eleanor currently holds the position of Associate Artist with Melbourne Opera. She recently made her debut in the role of Sieglinde in Wagner’s Die Walküre. A diverse soprano, other recent roles include Ortlinde in Die Walküre, Dama in Verdi’s Macbeth for which she was nominated for a Green Room Award, and Annio in Mozart’s La clemenza di Tito for National Opera in Canberra, directed by Peter Coleman-Wright and conducted by Dane Lam. 

Eleanor has sung the soprano solos in Handel’s Messiah at Brisbane City Hall and Mozart’s Requiem at St Andrew’s Cathedral. Concerts include Opera by the Lake (Childers), Music on Sundays (QSO), Opera in the Paddock (Armidale), Mozart by Moonlight (Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne), Opera in the Park (Boroondara). Eleanor has toured Chinese Poly Theatres in opera and concert productions. In 2022, Eleanor joined the Young Artist Program at Opera Queensland, for whom she performed in the QPAC Concert Hall season of The Sopranos with Queensland Symphony Orchestra, and toured throughout Queensland with the production in May and June.