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Andrew Mackenzie-Wicks, Tenor

Andrew Wicks began singing as a chorister at Chichester Cathedral. He studied Music at Durham University and singing at the Royal Northern College of Music.

Operatic engagements include Glyndebourne Festival (Cosi, Don Giovanni); English National Opera (Alcina, War and Peace); Scottish Opera (A Night at the Chinese Opera); Welsh National Opera (Barber of Seville, Ariadne auf Naxos, Il Ritorno D’Ulisse, Fidelio, Jephtha); Opera North (Elixir of Love); Grange Park Opera (Don Giovanni); Opera Northern Ireland (Don Pasquale); Castleward Opera (Cosi); Dublin Opera Theatre Company (Cenerentola); Buxton Festival Opera (Hercules, Maria Padilla, Armide, Veronique, Barber of Bagdad, Saul, Mignon); English Touring Opera 
(Rake’s Progress, Barber of Seville); Chelsea Opera group; Brighton Festival and Early Music Russia (Boris Godenouw). 

His extensive concert career includes performances throughout Britain and Europe and at the BBC Proms. Recent concerts include Spring Symphony and The Dream of Gerontius in Beijing; Verdi Requiem; Elgar The Kingdom and King Olaf and Beethoven Missa Solemnis. 

Other highlights include tours with Gabrieli Consort; King’s Consort and The Monteverdi Choir; Messiah in Singapore, Mexico and Denmark; a world premier with the Flanders Symphony Orchestra; War Requiem in Germany and Russia and a recital in
St Petersburg for Russian Early Music. 

Andrew lives in Lewes, Sussex with his wife and three children.

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