William Green

William Green, tenor, made his debut with The Atlanta Opera in 2013 as Giuseppe in La traviata; he has sung with The Atlanta Opera in comprimario roles as well as a core member of the chorus for over ten seasons. Mr. Green was featured in a new short opera, The Cost of Healing, for The Atlanta Opera’s 96 Hour Opera Project and sang the role of the Crooner in Moravec’s the Shining, also with The Atlanta Opera. In February 2024, William made a role debut in the title character of Wagner’s Tannhäuser with Atlanta Concert Opera. William has also sung with Atlanta’s Capitol City Opera Company in roles ranging from Pedrillo in Mozart’s Die Entführung aus dem Serail to Tybalt in Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette

Recent role highlights with the company include Canio (Pagliacci), Eisenstein (Die Fledermaus), Sir Joseph Porter (H.M.S. Pinafore), and Beadle/Pirelli (Sweeney Todd). Mr. Green’s scheduled 2020 debut as Loge in Wagner’s Das Rheingold with Ontario’s Opera By Request was unfortunately cancelled due to the pandemic. In 2022, he was the tenor soloist in Handel’s Messiah and the premiere of David Briggs’ new organ transcription of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, both at Peachtree Road UMC in Atlanta. Other notable concert engagements include: the title role in the Third Act of Wagner’s Parsifal with the Georgetown University Orchestra and recital programs with the Wagner Society of Washington, D.C. Mr. Green is an alumnus of the American Wagner Project and Dolora Zajick’s Institute for Young Dramatic Voices.