Andrew Masterson | Tenor

Tenor

Andrew Masterson

Salome

Biography

Andrew Masterson is a Lyric Tenor from Omagh, co. Tyrone and a current member of Irish National Opera’s Company Chorus. He is an alumni of the Royal Northern College of Music, and graduated with distinction in both his Masters and Postgraduate Diploma during his years of study. Andrew’s desire to pursue a career in vocal music derived from his Bachelor of Music degree at Queens’ University Belfast.

As an operatic singer Andrew has performed in many prestigious venues including the Royal Albert Hall, Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Grieghallen, Oslo Opera House and Usher Hall. He has recently joined renowned Vocal Group Edvard Grieg Vokalensemble, who will be performing in the 2023 BBC Proms with the London Philharmonic, conducted by Edward Gardner. He is also a regular guest tenor for Bergen Nasjonale Opera.

In March this year Andrew had his debut as a soloist with Irish National Opera, performing the role of Der Wirt (Landlord) in their production of Strauss’ Der Rosenkavalier. Andrew recently became the latest recipient of the Young Musician’s Platform Award, supported by the National Lottery through the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.

January 2024.

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