Andrew Craig Brown
Bass-baritone
New England Third Place Winner 2012
and 2013

After appearing as Dr. Grenville in La traviata and the Bonz in Madama Butterfly with San Francisco Opera last summer, Andrew Craig Brown began this new season with San Antonio Opera as Farmer Boggis in Thomas Picker’s Fantastic Mr. Fox. In March he joins Jacksonville Symphony for Beethoven’s “Missa Solemnis.” Last spring the bass-baritone returned to English National Opera, where he had made his debut as Achilla in Julius Caesar, to sing Colline in La bohème.

 

Andrew is a graduate of Yale University, where he earned both his Masters degree in music and his Artist Diploma. A student of Richard Cross, he appeared in productions of Don Giovanni as Leporello, Le Rossignol as L’Empereur, Le nozze di Figaro as Dr. Bartolo, and Così fan tutte as Don Alfonso. Other engagements have included his debuts with the Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi as Chick in Wonderful Town and at the Ludwig van Beethoven Easter Festival of Warsaw as Il Duca Ramiro in Donizetti’s Maria Padilla, a role which he also recorded with the Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra in 2011.

 

On the concert stage Andrew has sung performances of Beethoven’s Ninth with the New Haven Symphony Orchestra and the Yale Philharmonia, Bach’s “Magnificat” and Handel’s “Alexander’s Feast” with the Baroque Artists of Champaign (IL), and “Messiah” with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra.

 

 

 

For additional information, please visit Mr. Brown's website.

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