A native of Kansas City, MO, tenor Andrew Fuchs is in high demand as a soloist and chamber musician. He recently made his Lincoln Center debut in Bach’s Magnificat with the American Classical Orchestra and his Kennedy Center debut in Monteverdi’s Vespers with The Thirteen. Other recent solo performances include Steve Reich’s Three Tales and Daniel Variations with Ensemble Signal, the world premiere of Alexander Goehr’s song cycle Verschwindendes Wort for The Juilliard School’s Focus Festival, the Evangelist in both the St. Matthew and St. John Passions with the Saint Andrew Chorale and Canticum Novum, and appearances with the Mark Morris Dance Group, Montreal’s Ballet-Opéra-Pantomine, and Lyric Fest. An adept chamber singer, he frequently performs with preeminent ensembles such as ARTEK, Pegasus Early Music, The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, New York Polyphony, Seraphic Fire, Spire Chamber Ensemble, and the Clarion Choir. Andrew was a finalist in the 2015 Joy In Singing competition, spent two summers as a Vocal Fellow at the Tanglewood Music Center, and was a Fellow at the Fall Island Vocal Arts Seminar. He completed his Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Stony Brook University where he also earned his master’s degree. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Kansas. This is Andrew’s first summer at the Bach Festival.