Andrew Fellows



Bay Area Baritone Andrew Fellows has become known for his roles in opera, musical theatre, and cabaret music. Andrew made his professional debut in 2019, singing the roles of Man One & Two while covering the role of Elder McLean in Festival Opera’s production of Susannah. During the pandemic, he took part in Lisette Oropesa’s masterclass series. In 2021 he returned to the operatic stage, appearing in the role of Rodin’s Apprentice in the world premiere of A Jake Heggie’s Triptych  with Festival Opera. In 2022 he joined Opera San José in their production of Carmen. Later, he debuted as Figaro in the Stanford University opera department’s production of Le Nozze di Figaro and Escamillo with Varna International Music Festival’s production of Carmen under the baton of Gregory Buchalter. Andrew made his West Edge Opera debut in their 2023 Snapshot and returned to Opera San José as a member of the chorus while covering Bartolo in The Marriage of Figaro, was a featured soloist in the return of Alma Deutscher’s Cinderella, and made his mainstage California Theatre debut as The Jailer in Puccini’s Tosca. Further work in the 2022 – 2023 season includes debuts with Pocket Opera as Mars in Offenbach’s Orpheus in the Underworld. In the upcoming 23-24 season, Andrew sings the Court Usher and covers Marullo in Rigoletto at Opera San José.

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