Opera Singer



Currently appearing as

Grant Doyle





Marcello
in Puccini's "La bohème"


"Grant Doyle, vocally bigger and a bit gruffer than of old,
lends his substantial baritone and top-drawer acting skills to the struggling painter,."

Mark Valencia, What's On Stage








Grant Doyle





Eduardo III
in Donizetti's "L'assedio di Calais"


"Grant Doyle – luxury casting – excels in his brief role as Edouardo III, the bad, bad English king..."

Mark Valencia, What's On Stage










‘Grant Doyle is a stunning Orestes, occupying the role with a profound sense of fate, all the more devastating for its restraint. Vocally, he doesn’t hold back, unleashing one of the smoothest, most agile baritones I have heard in a while. "

Iphigénie en Tauride/Pinchgut Opera,  Harriet Cunningham, The Sydney Morning Herald


"Baritone Grant Doyle also impressed as Iphigenie’s tormented brother Orest. Maintaining a burnished, smoky toned timbre, he captured his character’s anguish, seamlessly shifting from quietly smouldering resentment to explosive rage.’

Iphigénie en Tauride/Pinchgut Opera, Murray Black, The Australian


"Chief among the males is her captor the Forester,  big-voiced and yet vulnerable in baritone Grant Doyle's fine portrayal."

Cunning Little Vixen/Garsington Opera, The Observer, 29th June, 2014


"The Australian baritone Grant Doyle was perfect as the dastardly Don, combining a fine, powerful voice with a splendid swagger and confident and energetic movements around the stage that emphasised his irresistibility."

Don Giovanni/Garsington Opera, Daily Express,
June 13 2012



"....around him are some of the finest actor-singers you'll see in years. Grant Doyle as first mate Starbuck, in every moment, every gesture, communicates the depths of longing that fuel his spirit."

Moby-Dick/State Opera of South Australia,
the Advertiser, August 2011