Andrew Harris acquired a Bachelor and Master of Music in Vocal Performance, as well as a Master of Music in Piano Performance at universities in the US. From 2010 until 2012 he was a member of the Young Artists Program of the Chicago Opera Theatre. Since 2012 he is an ensemble member of Deutsche Oper Berlin, first as a scholarship holder of the Opera Foundation and the Förderkreis der Deutschen Oper Berlin e.V.

His roles include, among others, Fafner/Das Rheingold & Siegfried, Fasolt/Das Rheingold, Stephano Collona/Rienzi, Reinmar von Zweter/Tannhäuser, Titurel/Parsifal, Doktor/Wozzeck, Roger Mortimer/Edward II, Don Basillio/Il barbiere di Siviglia, Timur/Turandot, Masetto/Don Giovanni, Quince/A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Luther and Crespel/Les Contes d’Hoffmann, Alessio/La sonnambula, Marcel/Les Huguenots, Count Horn/Un ballo in maschera, as well as La Cuisiniére/The Love for Three Oranges.

Guest engagements led him to the Bavarian State Opera in Munich, Norwegian Opera Oslo, Santa Fe Opera, to Madrid and Palma (Mallorca), as well as to the Festwochen für Alte Musik Innsbruck. Further, he was Fafner in a semi-staged production of Das Rheingold under Vladimir Jurowski in Moscow. 

Following his successful debut at La Scala in Milan 2021 in the livestreaming productions of Salome and of Weill's Mahagonny Songspiel and 7 Todsünden under the baton of Riccardo Chailly, Andrew Harris was first seen in summer 2021 as Fasolt/Rheingold and Hunding/Walküre in the new RING production at Deutsche Oper Berlin, staged by Stefan Herheim and conducted by Sir Donald Runnicles. 

Current engagements include his return to Munich’s Bavarian State Opera in a new production of Penderecki’s Die Teufel von Loudon under the baton of Vladimir Jurowski, as well as in a revival of Un ballo in maschera conducted by Daniele Rustioni.
At his parent house in Berlin he can be heard as Timur/Turandot and Titurel/ Parsifal among others.


General Management (Europe)

Artist Manager
Natascha van Randenborgh
Associate Director 
Mobil: +49-173-7 76 88 20


Repertoire Opera

Adams Doctor Atomic Edward Teller
Berg Wozzeck Doktor
Berlioz Les Troyens Fantôme d' Hector
    Soldat Troyen
    Un Capitaine Grec
Britten Billy Budd Lieutenant  Ratcliffe
  The Rape of Lucretia Collatitnus
Janáček Vĕc Makropulos Stage Technician
Mazzoli,M. Proving Up The Sodbuster
Meyerbeer Vasco da Gama Don Diego
Monteverdi Il Ritorno d'Ulisse in Patria Il Tempo
  L'Orfeo Plutone
Mozart Die Entführung aus dem Serail Osmin
  Die Zauberflöte Sarastro
    2. Geharnischter
  Don Giovanni Masetto
    Il Commendatore
  Le Nozze di Figaro Antonio
Mussorgsky Boris Godunov Nikitich
Prokofiev L'Amour de trois Oranges Le Roi de Trèfle
    La Cuisinière
Puccini La Fanciulla del West José Castro
  Tosca Sciarrone
    Un carceriere
  Turandot Un Mandarino
Rossini Il Barbiere di Siviglia Basilio
    Un ufficiale
Scartazzini,A.L.  Edward II Mortimer
Strauss,R. Salome 5. Jude
    1. Soldat
    2. Soldat
Thomas Hamlet Le Spectre
Verdi Aida Il Re
  Falstaff Pistola
  La traviata Un messaggero
    Il dottor Grenvil
    Il marchese d’Obigny
  Les Vêpres Siciliennes Le Sire de Béthune
  Macbeth Sicario
  Nabucco Il Gran Sacerdote di Belo
  Rigoletto  Il conte di  Ceprano
  Un ballo in maschera Tom
Wagner Das Rheingold Fasolt
  Die Walküre Hunding
  Parsifal Titurel
    2. Gralsritter
  Rienzi Stefano Colonna
  Siegfried Fafner
Weil Die Sieben Todsünden Mutter


Fasolt debut in the new RING at Deutsche Oper Berlin
After his successful debut at La Scala in Milan this year in the live streaming productions of Salomé and in Weill's Mahagonny Songspiel and 7 Todsünden under the baton of Riccardo Chailly, Andrew Harris was first seen in June 2021 as Fasolt in the new RING production in Rheingold at Deutsche Oper Berlin, staged by Stefan Herheim and conducted by Sir Donald Runnicles. Those who missed it can already look forward to the revival in fall. In January 2022 he will then be a guest at the Chicago Lyric Opera in Missy Mazzoli's chamber opera Proving Up conducted by Enrique Mazzola, before making his debut at the Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich in no less than 2 productions, first in the new production of Krzysztof Penderecki The Devils of Loudun conducted by Vladimir Jurowski and directed by Simon Stone and in Un Ballo in Maschera conducted by Daniele Rustioni.
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