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Born London.

English tenor.

Andrew Friedhoff studied with Jeffrey Talbot. From 2000-2002 he sang in the chorus at Glyndebourne, making his debut in 2002 as the Bystander in Nikolaus Lehnhoff's staging of Kátya Kabanovà.

A period in Germany at the Lübeck Theatre saw him sing a range of roles including Mozart (Belfiore, Ferrando); Donizetti (Nemorino); Verdi (Alfredo); Gounod (Faust); Bizet (Nadir); Sullivan (Frederic); Stravinsky (Tom Rakewell) and Bernstein (Tony in West Side Story).

He has worked at the Royal Opera, doing extensive chorus work as well as performing new repertoire with the ROH2 Opera Genesis group. This includes performances of La Cantatrice Chauve (Jean-Philippe Calvin) at the Linbury Studio.

Appearances with other British companies include Opera Holland Park (Desiré and Rouvel in Fedora, St Brioche The Merry Widow); Garsington (Dancing Master Ariadne auf Naxos); Bampton Classical Opera (Burlotto in Haydn's Le pescatrici); English Touring Opera (Monostatos); Riverside Opera (Tybalt in Gounod's Romeo and Juliet); and Siegmund with Fulham Opera.

Roles in Scotland

Monostatos a servant in the Temple
Zauberflöte 2009

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