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Greta Bradman is an Australian operatic soprano.
Richard Bonynge selected Bradman to sing the title role in a performance of Handel's Rodelinda in 2014.
Bradman was the subject of two episodes of the ABC TV program Australian Story in 2015. Later that year, she joined David Hobson, Teddy Tahu Rhodes, and Lisa McCune for a concert tour of the five Australian mainland state capitals. Bradman's name was added as a critics' choice to the Walk of Fame at the Adelaide Festival Centre.
After guest presenting in 2016, in 2017 Bradman joined ABC Classic FM as a presenter.
2017 saw Bradman's debut in a fully staged opera as Mimì in Gale Edwards' production of La bohème for Opera Australia in the Sydney Opera House. Bradman – with vocalist Luke Harrison, guitarist Karin Schaupp and the Queensland Ballet – performed "Eliza's Aria" from Elena Kats-Chernin's Wild Swans in the 2018 Commonwealth Games closing ceremony.
Bradman was born in Adelaide as Greta Bradsen. She is a granddaughter of cricketer Sir Don Bradman. Her father John had changed his name from Bradman to Bradsen in order to escape the inevitable connection with his father's celebrity, but the family changed back to Bradman when Greta was a teenager.
Her husband is Didier Elzinga, with whom she has two sons, Jude and Caspar.