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

MD Ridge, WHRO Radio

A Note from Andrew

June 2016

What a year this has been! I cannot possibly come close to saying “thank you” to all of the incredible artists that shared their lives with me over the last several months. I was able to be a part of a cast that performed Rossini’s Guillaume Tell, fully staged, for only the fifth time in history here in the United States. I was honored to make my first staged Verdi debut as Sparafucile in Verdi’s Rigoletto. I became well acquainted with the devil in Gounod’s Faust, making my Mephistopheles debut. And honestly, the list goes on. I’m so thankful to the people in my life that support me, whether by encouragement, loving thoughts, or material necessities. I wouldn’t be where I am without you. As I turn the corner into a hectic summer season, I’m reminded just how much of a team effort this thing called “Opera” is. No man is an island, and I am grateful. There’ll be much more to come by way of exciting announcements, but for now, this bass will simply say – Thank you for being here. You are appreciated.

Happening Now!

Boulder Opera Presents – Don Giovanni

2016 Season:

Andrew is pleased to announce that he will be making his professional role debut of Il Commendtore in Boulder Opera’s production of Mozart’s, Don Giovanni. You can read more about this production by clicking here to read the full article by the Daily Camera. Also, Stay updated with Andrew on this and other roles in his upcoming season.

A Look Ahead

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

In The Press:

The Devil Made Him Do It.

“His huge, oily, black, genuine bass shook the rafters.”

Andrew recently made his role debut of Mephistopheles in Connecticut Lyric Opera’s production of Faust. The cast brought raving reviews as they graced the stage of houses all over the state of Connecticut. For the full review, click here.

Vous qui faites l'endormie

Andrew sings Mephistopheles, live in Connecticut Lyric Opera’s performance of Gounod’s Faust.

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