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Andrew Fuchs

tenor

A native of Kansas City, MO, tenor Andrew Fuchs recently made his Lincoln Center debut in Bach’s Magnificat with the American Classical Orchestra. The music of J. S. Bach has come to play a central role in Andrew’s up-and-coming career, and he has excelled in his interpretations of the Evangelist in both the St. Matthew (Saint Andrew Chorale, Canticum Novum Singers) and St. John Passions (Saint Andrew Chorale). This season, Andrew joins the Choir of Trinity Wall Street where he will be a frequent soloist at their “Bach at One” concerts, performing numerous cantatas with the choir and Trinity Baroque Orchestra.

Recent performances include Steve Reich’s Three Tales with Ensemble Signal at Disney Hall, presented by the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Brahms’s Liebeslieder and Neue Liebeslieder Waltzes with the Mark Morris Dance Group, Misael in Britten’s The Burning Fiery Furnace with Ballet-Opéra-Pantomime (Montreal), soloist with Berkshire Choral International (Purcell and Mozart), performing and recording Palestrina’s Missa Papae Marcelli as a guest of New York Polyphony, Evangelist excerpts from Bach’s Christmas Oratorio with Sacred Music in a Sacred Space, performances with ARTEK in NYC, Texas and Mississippi of Monteverdi’s Seventh Book of Madrigals, a world premiere by Glen Roven at Spectrum, Yotam Haber’s We Were All with Contemporaneous Ensemble at Roulette, a joint-recital with soprano Kristina Bachrach in Summit, NJ, Haydn’s The Creation and Britten’s Saint Nicolas with the Saint Andrew Chorale, and numerous appearances with the Stony Brook Symphony Orchestra, most notably in Mendelssohn’s Elijah alongside alumna Christine Goerke. ​