Oxford-born and Yorkshire-based, Andrew is a versatile performer of both Opera and Concert repertoire. Andrew graduated initially from Bangor University with a BA in Music and German in 2012, later gaining a Postgraduate Diploma from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in 2017 where he studied under Iain Paton. Now under the guidance of Tim Greenough, Andrew continues to explore new repertoire and opportunities across a range of formats, composers and locations.
Andrew won a Performance Scholarship to Bangor University and exited with the Eric Morris Memorial Award for Outstanding Performance. He was an integral part of their well-regarded chamber choir, performing across North Wales and Anglesey.
In 2015, Andrew was a member of the prestigious Glyndbourne Academy, which he considers a highlight in his musical education. This motivated what has been an intensive and thrilling experience, including his inclusion on the Postgraduate course at the RCS.
Andrew’s concert highlights include Mozart’s Requiem with Hoylake Choral Society, The Serenian Singers and Morley College, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 with Glasgow Symphonia and Orff’s Carmina Burana and Britten’s St Nicolas as part of the Bangor University Concert Series.
Operatic highlights include realising the roles of Nemorino (L’elisir d’amore – Donizetti), Ferrando (Cosi fan tutte – Mozart), Riccardo (Un Ballo in Maschera – Verdi), and Tamino (Die Zauberflöte – Mozart) as well as abridged versions and scenes from La Boheme, Carmen, Rigoletto and Idomeneo amongst many others.
Upcoming engagements include realising the roles of Paulino (A Secret Marriage - Cimerosa) with Hampstead Garden Opera and Don José (Carmen - Bizet) with York Opera, as well as Verdi’s Requiem with Peterborough Choral Society.