Andrew Ashwin

Moralès in Carmen

Biography

Education
Singing at the University of Birmingham with Andrea Calladine; Royal College of Music

Debut
Junius/The Rape of Lucretia (Frankfurt Opera); Winterreise with pianist/conductor Justus Frantz

Career
Operastudio Flanders (Ghent), 2005-2006
Zürich Opera Studio, 2006-2008
Ensemble Deutsche Oper Berlin, 2008-2009

Highlights
Morales/Carmen (Deutsche Oper Berlin); Marullo/Rigoletto (Deutsche Oper Berlin); Britten’s Owen Wingrave/Owen Wingrave  (Vienna); Billy Budd/Billy Budd (Bibao); Mercutio/Roméo et Juliette (Opera Ireland); Maximilian/Candide (Vlaamse Opera); Ercole and Oreste/Il Giasone (Vlaamse Opera); Don Giovanni/Don Giovanni (Lismore Festival); Danilo/ La Veuve Joyeuse (Montpellier); Sharpless/Madama Butterfly (Grange Park Opera); Schaunard/La Bohème (Dessau, Germany)

Recent and future productions
Moralès/Carmen (Vlaamse Opera); Darius Milhaud’s Les Malheurs d’Orfée (Mexico); Maximilian/Candide (Vlaamse Opera)

www.andrewashwin.com

Last update on 08 June 2012

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