'a lithe, powerful bass voice with both authority and beauty.'

MD Ridge, WHRO Radio

A Note from Andrew

June 2015

After months of anticipation and preparation, I am finally here in Indianola, Iowa for Des Moines Metro Opera‘s 43rd Festival Season and renowned Apprentice Artist Program. And WOW, there is some fantastic talent here! After a successful performance of Il Commentadore from the banquet scene Don Giovanni in the company’s first Scenes Program, I can honestly say that this company not only bring in exceptional singers, but fabulous directors and conductors as well. I am so thankful to be a part of this program and am excited to see what the rest of the summer holds!

To learn more about the Apprentice Artist Program, go here.


Happening Now!

Opera NEO

2015 Summer Season:

Andrew is excited to debut two roles this summer with San Diego’s hidden gem of a company, Opera NEO. Stay updated as Andrew sings Escamillo (Carmen) and Argante (Rinaldo).

A Look Ahead

Catch a glimpse of what Andrew’s season will hold.


In The Press:

Misty eyes from Colline’s “Addio”

Andrew recently debuted the role of Colline in Connecticut Lyric Opera’s production of La Bohème. The cast brought raving reviews as they graced the stage of houses all over the state of Connecticut. Andrew, “a real true-blue
bass with no wannabe baritone overtones,” brought the audience to tears with his “addio” even before the opera’s tragic ending (Larry Kellum, Town Times). For more, go here.

A un dottor

Andrew sings Bartolo in Il Barbiere di Siviglia with St. Petersburg Opera

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