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"How fitting, though, that the most beautiful voice in the cast belonged to tenor Andrew Bidlack..."

Howard Reich

Chicago Tribune

"Tenor Andrew Bidlack sang with exceptional tonal beauty and expressive intelligence..."

Mark Thomas Ketterson

Opera News

"Andrew Bidlack, as Private John Ball, scaled magnificently what must be one of the most ambitious leading operatic roles in recent times..."

Peter Reynolds

Opera Now

Dies Bildnis ist bezaubernd schön - Die Zauberflöte
00:00 / 03:59
Maria - West Side Story
00:00 / 03:01
Olim lacus colueram - Carmina Burana
00:00 / 03:40
Young Gypsy Serenade - Aleko
00:00 / 01:52
I see, you see - Moby Dick
00:00 / 04:04


Featured by Opera News as one of their ‘25 Rising Stars’ (October 2015), tenor Andrew Bidlack is renowned for his interpretation of roles in contemporary opera as well as his appearances in standard repertoire. Career highlights include Beppe I Pagliacci at the Metropolitan Opera; Almaviva Il barbiere di Siviglia and Arcadio Florencia en el Amazonas at Florida Grand Opera;  Tamino Die Zauberflöte at FGO and at Madison Opera; the role of Bill Flight at Des Moines Metro Opera; the principal role of Rob Hall in Joby Talbot’s Everest, a role he created at Dallas Opera and has since performed at Lyric Opera of Kansas City, Calgary Opera, Chicago Opera Theater, and Austin Opera; also at COT his debut as Greenhorn Moby-Dick, a role he originally inaugurated in workshop performances during his tenure as an Adler Fellow at San Francisco Opera; and his UK debut at Welsh National Opera in Iain Bell’s In Parenthesis as Private John Ball directed by David Pountney and conducted by Carlo Rizzi with performances at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden. Recent appearances include The Young Gypsy/Paolo in Aleko/Francesca da Rimini with Odyssey Opera, his Frankfurt Opera debut as Augustin Moser Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, where he also appeared as Lampionaio/Maestro id ballo Manon Lescaut and Erster Strolch Die Kluge, a solo recital with Opera Delaware, and a reprisal of Everest with the BBC Symphony Orchestra recorded live at the Barbican Centre in London.  This season he returns to Dallas Opera as Dr. Alexandre in the world premiere of The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, heads back to Oper Frankfurt for 2nd Jew Salome and Der Wirt Der Traumgörge, and returns to San Francisco Opera to cover Emilio in Handel's Partenope.



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