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Andrew Randall

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United Kingdom

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Oxenfoord International Residential Scholarship (duo with Bernard Tan, pianist) (2016)


Commendation; Stuart Cameron Smith French Song Prize (2017)

Finalist; Somerset Song Prize (2017)

Second; Edward Brooke's Lieder Prize (2017)

Second; Mario Lanza Opera Prize (2016)

Winner; Ashleyan Opera Prize (2016)

Winner; Edward Brooke's English Song Prize (2016)

Winner; John Ireland Music Prize (2016)

Winner; Andrew Downes' Contemporary Music Prize (2015)

Winner; Corton Hyde Early Music Prize (2015)

Winner; Leamington Music Prize (Vocal Consort) (2015)

MMus Vocal Performance, Distinction
Birmingham Conservatoire (BCU)
BA(Hons) Music, 1st Class
University of Nottingham

Baritone Andrew Randall, was raised in the heart of the Peak District; currently working and residing in Birmingham, he is taught by the renowned tenor, Paul Bambrough, and baritone Henry Herford. Previously Andrew studied his bachelor’s degree at the University of Nottingham, and is a Masters graduate, with distinction, from Birmingham Conservatoire. Throughout undergraduate study Andrew was a semi-professional international in the sport of Archery—he narrowly missed out on a position at the 2012 Olympic games. On top of many other choral engagements, Andrew is Principal Bass lay clerk for Worcester Cathedral.

Andrew has performed lead roles in many operatic works. Most recently, as Count Almaviva in Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro. In Michael Wolters’ new opera, Ava’s Wedding, Andrew created the role of Ian Hobbs; he has also performed the title role in Mozart’s Don Giovanni, Sid in Britten's Albert Herring, Marcello in Puccini's La Bohème, and Bartley in Vaughan-Williams’ Riders to the Sea.

Andrew has had a very active competition season: he won first prize for the Andrew Downes’ Contemporary Music competition; was the winner of the John Ireland Music prize (a discipline-wide competition); won first prize in the Edward Brooke’s English Song prize; was the winner of the Ashleyan Opera Prize; second prize winner in the Mario Lanza Opera Competition; second prize winner in the Edward Brooke’s Lieder Prize; and won a residential scholarship to the renowned international summer school in Oxenfoord, led by the inimitable Malcolm Martineau.

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