Andrew Fellows



Praised by critics for his “deep, solid notes full of richness” and for his “superbly sung” “breathtaking delivery of arias and recitatives,” bringing his “…characters to life with great aplomb – singing and acting with exceptional skill.” Regional Lyric Baritone Andrew Fellows has quickly become known throughout the San Francisco Bay Area for his work in opera. This previous season Andrew made several house and role debuts, appearing as Mars in Pocket Opera’s production of Orpheus in the Underworld, and as The Jailer in Tosca with Opera San José. An advocate for new music and opera, Andrew has taken part in several world premieres and new operas where he was heard as a featured soloist in Alma Deutscher’s Cinderella, now streaming on Youtube, as well as with West Edge Opera’s new opera showcase Snapshots at the San Francisco Opera Center where he performed the roles of Cody in The Limit of the Sun, Shiro Azuma in When Purple Mountains Burn, and The Cellist in The Morpheus Quartet. He also originated the role of Rodin’s apprentice in A Jake Heggie Triptych with Festival Opera, and appeared in the West Coast premiere of the new opera Broken Chord in collaboration with Stanford Live, and choreographer composer duo Gregory Maqoma, and Thuthuka Sibisi. Further work this season sees a return to Opera San José in their 40th anniversary season, appearing as Grégorio while covering the role of Comte Capulet in Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette, study cover Figaro in Il Barbiere di Siviglia, and A Court Usher, while covering Marullo in Verdi’s Rigoletto. Career highlights include cover Elder McLean in Susannah (Festival Opera), Escamillo in Carmen (Varna International), Figaro in Le Nozze di Figaro (Stanford Live), Bartolo cover in Le Nozze di Figaro (Opera San José).

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