1993 – 1996
ANDREW EISENMANN currently serves as Performing Arts Chair and Vocal Music Director at the Helene Galen Center at Rancho Mirage High School, CA, and also serves on the board of the Palm Springs Opera Guild as Director of Education. While the Visual and Performing Arts Chair of the Palm Springs School District in 2012-13, he was recognized as District Teacher of the Year.
During August of 2008, Mr. Eisenmann appeared in the world premiere of Lesley Dill’s and Richard Marriott’s Divide Light, at Montalvo Arts Center in Saratoga, California. Other recent engagements for Mr. Eisenmann included a performance with the San Jose Chamber Orchestra in Craig Bohmler’s Cinema Song, his role as Falke with Mississippi Opera, Count Almaviva with Cleveland Opera and Belcore with Anchorage Opera.
In 2000, debuts included Zurga (Les Pêcheurs de perles) with Cleveland Opera and Bach’s Mass in G Major and Cantata No. 214 with the Washington Bach Consort, Count Almaviva for Anchorage Opera, and in the fall of 2000, Mr. Eisenmann returned to Opera San José to appear in the title role of Eugene Oñegin.
In 1998 – 1999, he made company debuts with Opera Memphis (Schaunard in La bohème), and the Baltimore Opera (Eugene Oñegin and Giordano’s Andre Chénier). In 1999, he debuted as a guest soloist at Carnegie Hall in Fauré’s Requiem, at The Kennedy Center in Vaughn-Williams’ Five Mystical Songs, and at the Prague Music Festival (Mozart’s Requiem).
Since leaving Opera San José, Mr. Eisenmann appeared as Count di Luna in Verdi’s Il trovatore with West Bay Opera, Count Almaviva in Le nozze di Figaro with Apollo Opera, and Falke in Die Fledermaus for Santa Barbara Grand Opera in the 1997 – 1998 season.