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Andrew Dickinson


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Tenor

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Andrew Dickinson is one of Europe’s leading young tenors, regularly receiving acclaim for his charismatic stage presence and a sensitive musicality. Born in Liverpool, he completed his studies at the Royal Academy Opera School in 2011. During his training he won a number of competitions, including the Maureen Lehane Vocal Competition at the Wigmore Hall and the UK’s Wagner Society competition in 2014.

Andrew is part of the ensemble of Deutsche Oper Berlin. His highlights since 2016 include Truffaldino in Prokofiev’s The Love for Three Oranges, Novice in Billy Budd, Jonas in Meyerbeer’s Le Prophète (a new production by Olivier Py) and Da-Ud in Richard Strauss’ Die Ägyptische Helena.

Guest highlights include Flute in Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Hyogo Performing Arts Center Japan), Kaufmann in Wolfgang Rihm’sJakob Lenz (Mozarteum Salzburg), Dancairo in Bizet’s Carmen (Scottish Opera), Tom Rakewell in Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress (Bury Court Opera) and Gerhard in H.K. Gruber’s Gloria – A Pigtail (Bregenz Festival). He has sung under conductors including Donald Runnicles, Vladimir Jurowski and Enrique Mazzola, as well as Robin Ticciati at the Glyndebourne Festival.

Andrew has performed at major concert halls across Europe, including Handel’s Messiah at the Royal Festival Hall in London, St. Stephan’s Cathedral in Vienna and the Liszt Academy in Budapest; Mozart’s Requiem at the Royal Albert Hall, and most recently Britten’s War Requiemat Berlin Cathedral. Other recent engagements include Berlioz’s Grande Messe des Morts (Winchester Cathedral), Bach’s B Minor Mass (Bolzano), Mendelssohn’s Elijah (Amman, Jordan) and Bach’s St. Matthew Passion (Hanover).

Andrew is a developing impresario, forging his own projects that have already received critical acclaim. His own devised recital The Diary… and Other Stories contains Janácek’s The Diary of the One Who Disappeared, accompanied by staging as well as Czech instrumental and vocal music. Forthcoming appearances at Deutsche Oper Berlin include Beppe in Leoncavallo’s I Pagliacci (April 2018) and Andres/Cochenille/Frantz in Offenbach’s Tales of Hoffmann In summer 2018 he directs Puccini’s La Boheme at Stone Brewery Berlin and in spring 2019 will tour a new staged version of Die Schöne Müllerin.

 

Beim PODIUM Festival 2018 zu sehen:

Mittwoch, 02.05. – the little match girl passion (SCALA)
Mittwoch, 02.05. – the little match girl passion (SCALA)
Donnerstag, 03.05 – Sessions (Central Theater)
Donnerstag, 03.05. – the little match girl passion (SCALA)
Donnerstag, 03.05. – the little match girl passion (SCALA)
Freitag, 04.05. – Erlösung! (Frauenkirche Esslingen)
Samstag, 05.05. – EPILOG: Exzess, mein Liebling (KOMMA)

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