ANDREW FINDEN

baritone

 

  • English

    Born in Australia and now based in Germany, baritone Andrew Finden continues to garner significant acclaim for the “animated presence” (Opera Today) and “nobility” (Financial Times) of his performances. His recent portrayal of Marcello (La bohùme) for London’s Opera Holland Park was hailed by Culture Whisper as “full of character and musicality”.

    viagra in bphAs an ensemble member of the Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe from 2011-2015, Andrew’s roles included Marullo (Rigoletto), MoralĂšs (Carmen), Cristiano (Un ballo in maschera), Clock/Cat (L’enfant et les SortilĂšges), Schtschelkalow (Boris Godunov) and, as part of the International HĂ€ndel-Festspiele Karlsruhe, Berardo (Riccardo Primo) and Clito (Alessandro), the latter of which can be heard in a live recording released on Pan Classics.

    Particular highlights of Andrew’s seasons in Karlsruhe have included Dr Falke (Die Fledermaus), Ned Keene in Christopher Alden’s acclaimed production of Peter Grimes, Il Conte Almaviva (Le nozze di Figaro), Schaunard (La bohĂšme), Oberthal (Le prophĂšte), Papageno (Die Zauberflöte), Tadeusz in the German premiĂšre of Weinberg’s The Passenger, Konrad Nachtigall in Tobias Kratzer’s FAUST Award-nominated Die Meistersinger von NĂŒrnberg, and Oreste in IphigĂ©nie en Tauride, a performance for which Opernnetz singled Andrew out as “undoubtedly the highlight”.

    Other operatic engagements include Il Conte Almaviva, Dr Falke, MoralĂšs, Don Alvaro (Il viaggio a Reims), Yamadori (Madama Butterfly) and Il Conte (Emilia di Liverpool) for Staatstheater NĂŒrnberg, Schaunard for Longborough Festival Opera, Mr Brooke in Adamo’s Little Women for the International Vocal Arts Institute, Tel Aviv, and Daniello (Jonny spielt auf) for Theater Hagen, where the 2016/17 season Andrew performed Mozart’s Figaro, Enrico (Lucia di Lammermoor) and Maik in the world premiere of Ludger Vollmer’s operatic adaption of Tschick.

    As a concert soloist, Andrew has appeared at the Barbican with the London Symphony Orchestra in Alisdair Nicholson’s Two Sisters, A Rose, A Flood and Snow, the London Handel Festival in Messiah, the New Israeli Opera, the Sydney Symphony, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg and with the All Souls’ Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall.

    Conductors Andrew has collaborated with include Richard Bonynge, Justin Brown, Laurence Cummings, Paul Goodwin, Michael Hofstetter, Marko Letonja, Florian Ludwig, Oksana Lyniv, Nicholas Kok, Imre PallĂł, and Christoph Perick.

    A graduate of the Opera Course of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Andrew was awarded the Harold Rosenthal Prize.

    Andrew is a Samling Scholar, a former Britten-Pears Young Artist and a recipient the Nelly Apt Scholarship, the Joyce Campbell Lloyd Scholarship and a Marten Bequest Travelling Scholarship. He has participated in masterclasses with such artists as John Mark Ainsley, Olaf BÀr, Matthias Goerne, HÄkan HagegÄrd, and Thomas Hampson.

    Andrew’s plans for 2017/18 include Marco (Gianni Schicchi) for Deutsche Oper am Rhein, Oberthal for Deutsche Oper Berlin and Lord Rochefort (Anna Bolena) for Staatstheater Karlsruhe.

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    Der australische Bariton studierte mit zahlreichen Stipendien, darunter des Britten-Pears Young Artist-Programms, an der Londoner Guildhall School of Music and Drama, wo er den Harold Rosenthal Prize gewann. Außerdem zog er ins Halbfinale des Francisco Viñas International Singing Contest und ins Finale des Stuart Burrows International Voice Award und der Australian Singing Competition Mathy Awards ein und besuchte Meisterkurse bei John Mark Ainsley, Olaf BĂ€r, Matthias Goerne, HĂ„kan HagegĂ„rd und Thomas Hampson.

    Von 2011 bis 2015 gehörte er dem Staatstheater Karlsruhe an, wo er Partien wie Marullo / RIGOLETTO, MoralĂšs / CARMEN, Cristiano / EIN MASKENBALL, Uhr und Katze / DAS KIND UND DIE ZAUBERDINGE, Schtschelkalow / BORIS GODUNOW, Berardo / RICCARDO PRIMO, Clito / ALESSANDRO sang, letztere Partie auch auf CD fĂŒr Pan Classics, Dr. Falke / DIE FLEDERMAUS, Ned Keene / Christopher Aldens gefeiertem PETER GRIMES, Graf Almaviva / DIE HOCHZEIT DES FIGARO, Schaunard / LA BOHÈME, Oberthal / DER PROPHET, Papageno / DIE ZAUBERFLÖTE, Tadeusz in der Deutschen ErstauffĂŒhrung von Weinbergs PASSAGIERIN , Konrad Nachtigall / DIE MEISTERSINGER VON NÜRNBERG und Oreste / IPHIGENIE AUF TAURIS.

    In diesen und anderen Partien war er auch am Staatstheater NĂŒrnberg, bei der Longborough Festival Opera, beim International Vocal Arts Institute, Tel Aviv, zu hören. Am Theater Hagen war er Daniello in Kreneks JONNY SPIELT AUF, Graf Almaviva / DIE HOCHZEIT DES FIGARO, Enrico / LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR und Maik in der UrauffĂŒhrung von Ludger Vollmers Vertonung des Erfolgsromans von Wolfgang Herrndorf TSCHICK.

    Auf dem Konzertpodium war der Bariton Gast des London Symphony Orchestra in Alasdair Nicholsons TWO SISTERS, A ROSE, A FLOOD AND SNOW, beim London Handel Festival, bei der New Israeli Opera, beim Sydney Symphony, beim Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg und in der Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow unter Dirigenten wie Richard Bonynge, Justin Brown, Laurence Cummings, Paul Goodwin, Michael Hofstetter, Marko Letonja, Florian Ludwig, Oksana Lyniv, Nicholas Kok, Imre PallĂł, und Christoph Prick.

    An der Deutschen Oper Berlin gibt er als Oberthal in der Neuproduktion von DER PROPHET sein HausdebĂŒt am 4. Januar 2018.

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Alessandro, Dramma per musica in drei Akten

Lawrence Zazzo (Alessandro) – Yetzabel Arias FernĂĄndez (Rossane) – Raffaella Milanesi (Lisaura) – Martin Oro (Tassile) – Andrew Finden (Clito) – Sebastian Kohlhepp (Leonato) – Rebecca Raffell (Cleone) – Deutsche HĂ€ndel-Solisten – Michael Form, direction

“Andrew Finden als Enrico erfreut mit wunderbar strömendem, warm timbriertem Bariton, mit einem sehr schönem Parlando und mit rollengerechter perfekten BĂŒhnenprĂ€senz.”

– Michael Cramer, DerOpernfreunde.de.

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“Andrew Finden’s vibrant, vigorous Marcello always maintained a certain suave elegance.”

– Yehuda Shapiro, Opera.

Gianni Schicchi

G. Puccini

5. & 8. Oct
08. Nov 2017

Role: Marco
Conductor: Axel Kober
Director: Dietrich W. Hilsdorf

Le ProphĂšte

G. Meyerbeer

04. & 07. Jan 2018

Role: Graf Oberthal
Conductor: Enrique Mazzola
Director: Olivier Py

Anna Bolena

G. Donizetti

Premiere: 03. Jun 2018

Role: Lord Rochefort
Conductor: Daniele Squeo
Director: Irina Brown

“Andrew Finden verkörpert den Grafen Almaviva mit sonorem Timbre und kernigem Bariton, der sich immer wieder voluminös steigert.”

– Alexander Walther, Der neue Merker”

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