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Andrew Bidlack

  • Tenor

Reviews

Andrew Bidlack review

“When the world's sweetest looking Simpleton, adorable Adler Fellow Andrew Bidlack, first clung to his spire, raised his head in prayer, and limped across the stage, the soulfulness of his silent characterization broke my heart. If, in his aria, what was intended as innocence and spiritual illumination impressed most for sweetness and charm, the bel canto skill with which he pared down his voice suggests that the portrayal will likely mature into a great one.” —Bay Area Reporter, 10/30/08

“A singer who recognizes how to sing to’ an audience rather than 'at’ them was the spirited young tenor, Andrew Bidlack. His is a honeyed voice, smooth and clear, and delivered with personality and charm. His 'Hark, the lark sings in the woods’ (Horch, die Lerche singt im Hain) from Otto Nicolai’s 'The Merry Wives of Windsor’, and his joyous rendition of the Judgement of Paris’ from Jacques Offenbach’s 'La Belle Hélène’ were among the high points of the evening. The discerning audience gave him applause to match.” —Napa Valley Register, 3/2008