Greg Link

Greg is a London-based singer, actor-musician and choral leader. He works in a range of fields across theatre, a cappella groups and choirs as both a performer and director around the UK and internationally.

For a decade, Greg sang bass with the vocal ensemble Apollo5 with which he performed hundreds of concerts in many of the world’s leading concert halls and theatres, recorded critically acclaimed albums, and led education projects around the UK and abroad. He has also arranged many pieces for the group, and for its partner ensemble, VOCES8, which have been performed in concerts and workshops across the UK as well as around Europe, USA and Asia. He now works with various organisations as a performer, educator and director including Disney Theatrical Group, London Symphony Orchestra, VOCES8 Foundation, British Film Institute, Platinum Consort, National Youth Choir, London Contemporary Orchestra, Rock Choir, London Choral Sinfonia, National Schools Singing Programme, vocal groups Shards, Echo, and Enchord, and Merryweather Theatre, a London-based arts collective with which he writes, develops and performs folk musicals for children at schools, theatres and arts festivals around the UK.

Greg is passionate about making high quality music-making rewarding, accessible and available to all through singing. He has led workshops in partnership with the BBC and BBC Proms, and has worked on a number of projects across France and Belgium including Festival de la Vézère, Association Sing’In, and Orchestre National d’Auvergne with which he has conducted a series of interactive concerts for children. He has also worked as an adjudicator and workshop leader for a number of international choral festivals including Michigan State Choral Festival, and with ChoirFest Middle East with which he worked with 55 choirs across Dubai and Abu Dhabi.