“… magnificently sung.”

“… magnificently sung.”

After making his Wagnerian debut as Fafner, Pittsburgh in the Round said this: “The giants, Fasolt (Adam Cioffari), and Fafner (Andrew W. Potter), scenically were managed far better than is often the case, and were a fine looking pair who sang magnificently and...
“…fly in Andrew Potter for Commendatore.”

“…fly in Andrew Potter for Commendatore.”

After singing the role of Il Commendatore at Pacific Opera Project, Schmopera was emphatic: “Here is a suggestion for every Don Giovanni production in the world: fly in Andrew Potter to play the Commendatore. It’s perfect casting, especially in the scene...
“…bottomless voice and wonderful comic gifts.”

“…bottomless voice and wonderful comic gifts.”

After singing Dr. Dulcamara at Winter Opera St. Louis, Broadway World said this: “Andrew Potter, as Dr. Dulcamara, is tall, tall, towering dramatically over the rest of the cast. He has a powerful bottomless bass voice. (One almost needs a bathysphere to follow...
“Potter laps it up vigorously…”

“Potter laps it up vigorously…”

After singing Osmin at Salt Marsh Opera, there was this to say: “Bass Andrew Potter (Osmin), Selim’s right-hand guy, knows what it is to be given demonic roles (true basses, like Potter, have little choice), but Osmin is a comically sadistic creation, and...
“Spot on”

“Spot on”

After singing Don Magnifico with Winter Opera St. Louis, reviewers had this to say: “Andrew Potter’s alcoholic pomposity is spot on, and he handles the role’s more florid passages expertly” Read the full review here. “Andrew Potter, an...
“His voice is perfect for the villain role…”

“His voice is perfect for the villain role…”

After singing Scarpia at Connecticut Lyric Opera, the news had this to say: “Baritone Potter as Scarpia swaggered about as the villain, relishing the mental torture he put Tosca through in his menacing aria that translates as “Yes, they say I am...