B I O G R A P H Y 

Impressive young tenor Lyndon Green has a passion for delivering vocal music of the highest standard and creating a memorable experience for audiences. He completed a Bachelor of Music Performance (Honours) at The University of Melbourne, Conservatorium of Music. While receiving multiple faculty scholarships during the course of his studies, Lyndon was fortunate enough to learn from a number of internationally renowned artists and musicians such as Malcolm Martineau (UK), Rosamund Illing (AUS) and stage director Chuck Hudson (USA).


Lyndon made his concert debut in 2014 as tenor soloist for performances of the Rachmaninoff Vespers with Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Chorus in Geelong, Bendigo and Melbourne. Lyndon has since gone on to perform Mozart Requiem in D minor KV626, Mozart Vesperae Solennes de Confessore KV339, Dvořák Mass in D minor, Kodály Missa Brevis, Vaughan Williams' Ten Blake Songs, Bach Magnificat in D major.

In 2016 he made his debut with the Royal Melbourne Philharmonic Orchestra in Vivaldi's Magnificat in G minor. Lyndon also gave a performance of Schumann’s Dichterliebe with Australian pianist Stephen McIntyre. A finalist in the 2017 3MBS FM Young Performer of the Year Award, Lyndon won the 2016 West Gippsland Aria Award.


2017 saw Lyndon becoming involved in the Adelaide Festival with the State Opera of South Australia Chorus in Barrie Kosky's critically acclaimed Glyndebourne production of Saul. In that same year, he was selected for the inaugural 'Young Songmaker' Artist Development Program with Songmakers Australia. November 2018 marked Lyndon's start with Opera Australia Chorus in their production of Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg.

In his busiest year yet, Lyndon was selected in 2019 for Pacific Opera's Young Artist Program in Sydney, led by Artistic Director Simon Kenway. If that were not enough, the rest of the year saw him perform as Tamino in Die Zauberflöte as part of the 2019 Opernfest, Evangelist in St. John Passion and Dubois' Seven Last Words of Christ in Melbourne. The year for Lyndon was wrapped up with the role of Spärlich in Nicolai’s Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor in Brisbane under the baton of Grammy Award-nominee Ward Stare (USA), as part of the Lisa Gasteen National Opera School.  

Lyndon recently stepped in to sing the role of Gherardo in a concert performance of Puccini's Gianni Schicchi in London led by English conductor Tom Seligman. A short time later, Lyndon was later praised widely in Canberra, Australia for his performances in the annual Opera by Candlelight series at Albert Hall.

Lyndon's upcoming engagements in 2020 have unfortunately all been cancelled due to COVID-19.