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Andrew Dickinson

Tenor

  • Andrew Dickinson . . . is that rare find, an unforced, warm and confident high tenor
    Manchester Evening News
  • In the title role, Andrew Dickinson was nothing short of superb.
    Musical Pointers
  • Dickinson as the seducer demonstrated a virile tenor well suited to comedy and seduction.
    Opera Magazine
  • Andrew Dickinson’s Crook made the original lyrics better than I’ve ever heard it.
    Opera Magazine
  • Andrew Dickinson was born in Liverpool and graduated from the Royal Academy Opera School in 2011, under the tutelage of Ryland Davies and Audrey Hyland.  He recently won the Maureen Lehane Competition 2012 at Wigmore Hall, the Hampshire Young Singer of the Year 2011 and the UK Dvořák Society Award in 2011.

    Recent Operatic roles include Male Chorus The Rape of Lucretia (Glyndebourne Tour),Machado in The Yellow Sofa (Glyndebourne and Glyndebourne Tour), Lawyer in La Perichole (Garsington Opera), Cristoph Probst in the World Première of Peter Maxwell Davies’ Kommilitonen (Royal Academy), Albert in Albert Herring (Royal Academy), Raoul de St Brioche in The Merry Widow (Scottish Opera) and Ferrando in Così fan tutte (RSAMD). 

    Andrew has sung Handel’s Messiah as a soloist across Central and Eastern Europe, including venues such as Stephansdom Cathedral in Vienna and the Liszt Academy in Budapest. Other highlights include Bach’s B Minor Mass in Italy,  Elgar’s The Apostles in Glasgow, Mendelssohn’s Elijah in Jordan, Britten’s War Requiem at Dunblane Cathedral and Bach’s St Matthew Passion at Canterbury Cathedral.

    Recent and future engagements include George The Crackle and Boy How the Whale Became (Royal Opera House), Rinuccio Gianni Schicci (Opera Bohemia), Ernesto Don Pasquale (Opera Project), and Gerhard in H.K. Gruber’s Gloria – A Pigtail at ROH Linbury, as well as significant concert work throughout the UK and Europe. 

    • Matthew Herbert The Crackle (George)
      Royal Opera/Linbury Studio Theatre (April 2014)

      Fine work from Andrew Dickinson.
      Hugo Shirley, Opera
    • In The Penal Colony (Visitor), Shadwell Opera
      The Arts Theatre London (June 2014)

      It was played by the Perks Ensemble and had outstanding lead singers in Andrew Dickinson and Nicholas Morris.
      Fiona Maddocks, The Observer
      In The Penal Colony is an opera that stands or falls with its cast, and Shadwell Opera have assembled some exciting young talent. Dickinson is that rarest of things, a genuine high tenor, tackling Glass’s unforgiving lines with tone and personality, never letting the technical demands intrude into characterisation.
      In The Penal Colony is an opera that stands or falls with its cast, and Shadwell Opera have assembled some exciting young talent
    • Julian Philips How the Whale Became
      Royal Opera/Linbury Studio Theatre (December 2013)

      There’s also a terrific cast led by the enchanting Fflur Wyn and Andrew Dickinson.
      Rupert Christiansen, The Telegraph
      Tenor Andrew Dickinson came into his own as a bull whose mate was consumed by a monstrous lion.
      Miranda Jackson, Opera Britannia
    • Britten The Rape of Lucretia (Male Chorus)
      Glyndebourne Opera, Glyndebourne (November 2013)

      Andrew Dickinson and Kate Valentine were outstanding as the Male and Female Chorus respectively, engaging our interest and our feelings as they related and participated in the unfolding tragedy. Dickinson articulated Duncan’s literary turgidities with clarity and fluency, his delivery natural and unmannered but the sentiments heartfelt. Valentine sang with generous tone and warmth, always relaxed, blending beautifully with Dickinson in the duet refrain which punctuates the opera. The lullaby which the Female Chorus sings over Lucretia’s sleeping form was elegant and touching, enhanced by some exquisite playing by alto flute, bass clarinet and horn.
      Claire Seymour, Opera Today
      There is no weak link in this cast, with every member giving an assured and convincing performance. Andrew Dickinson and Kate Valentine as the male and female chorus are able to balance observation and helplessness at their inability to change the course of the action.
      thepublicreview.com
    • The Yellow Sofa, Glyndebourne on Tour
      Linbury Studio (November 2012)

      Andrew Dickinson as the seducer demonstrated a virile tenor well suited to comedy and seduction.
      Peter Reed, Opera Magazine
  • Concert Repertoire

    J.S. Bach
    • B Minor Mass
    • Christmas Oratorio
    • Magnificat
    • St John Passion
    • St Matthew Passion
    Britten
    • St Nicholas
    • War Requiem
    Elgar
    • The Apostles
    Gounod
    • St Cecilia Mass
    Handel
    • Messiah
    Haydn
    • The Creation
    Janacek
    • Otchenas
    Mendelssohn
    • Elijah
    • St Paul
    Mozart
    • Coronation Mass
    • Requiem
    Puccini
    • Messa di Gloria
    Rachmaninov
    • Vespers
    Rossini
    • Petite Messe Solenelle
    Schumann
    • Paradies und die Peri
    Wilcocks
    • A Great and Glorious Victory

    Opera Roles

    Britten
    • Albert Herring (Albert)
    • Billy Budd (Novice)
    • A Midsummer Night's Dream (Lysander)
    • The Rape of Lucretia (Male Chorus)
    • The Turn of the Screw (Peter Quint)
    Donizetti
    • L'elisir d'amore (Nemorino)
    Mozart
    • Così fan tutte (Ferrando)
    • Die Entführung aus dem Serail (Belmonte)
    • Don Giovanni (Don Ottavio)
    Stravinsky
    • The Rake's Progress (Tom Rakewell)
    Tchaikovsky
    • Eugene Onegin (Lenski)
    Verdi
    • Falstaff (Fenton)
    Wagner
    • Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg (David)
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