Baritone Andrew Garland has performed at Seattle Opera as Arlekkin in Ariadne auf Naxos, Riolobo in Florencia en el Amazonas and Schaunard in La bohème; at Opera Philadelphia as Dandini, New York City Opera as Prior Walter in Angels in America; at Minnesota Opera in the world premiere of William Bolcom and Mark Campbell’s Dinner at Eight; Cincinnati Opera as Galileo Galilei (Phillip Glass); and as Mercurio in La Calisto. He premiered The Conquest Requiem by Gabriela Lena Frank with the Houston Symphony; performed Carmina burana; the requiems of Brahms, Mozart, Fauré, and Duruflé, the works of Mahler, Vaughan Williams, Handel and Bach with such groups as the Albany Symphony, Boston Baroque, Handel and Haydn Society, Colorado Bach Ensemble, Washington Master Chorale at the Kennedy Center, and National Chorale at Lincoln Center.
Well known as an American recitalist, Garland has performed programs of new American song in dozens of cities around the United States, Canada, and Europe including Carnegie Hall, The Phillips Collection in Washington, DC, Town Hall Seattle, Modern Art Museum Fort Worth in Texas, The Andre Turp Society in Montreal, the Scuola Grande di Giovanni Evangelista in Venice, and Fort Revelin Dubrovnik. He has been presented by the Marilyn Horne Foundation, New York Festival of Song, Camerata Pacifica (with Warren Jones), and the National Association of Teachers of Singing.
Mr. Garland was a prize winner in the 2009 Montreal International Competition, the Jose Iturbi, Gerda Lissner, Metropolitan Opera Regional competitions, and winner of the NATS, Lavinia Jensen, Washington International, American Traditions and William C. Byrd competitions.
Mr. Garland has five commercial recordings on the Naxos, Telarc and Azica Labels.