Andrew Fuchs
Tenor
Tenor Andrew Fuchs’s wide-ranging repertoire includes an abundance of early music, which he has sung with such groups as Pegasus, Tenet, Artek, The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, and New York Polyphony, whose extensive touring takes the acclaimed ensemble to major concert series and festivals around the world.

Tenor Andrew Fuchs’s wide-ranging repertoire includes an abundance of early music, performing with such ensembles as Pegasus, ARTEK, TENET, The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, and most recently as a new member of the GRAMMY-nominated quartet New York Polyphony, whose extensive touring takes the acclaimed ensemble to major concert series and festivals around the world.

Also passionate about contemporary music, he has premiered a number of works including the principal role of ME in Daniel Thomas Davis’s opera Six. Twenty. Outrageous., song cycles by Alexander Goehr and Juliana Hall, and Zachary Wadsworth’s oratorio Spire and Shadow. Other highlights include Reich’s Three Tales with Ensemble Signal, Liebeslieder Waltzes with the Mark Morris Dance Group, and Bach’s St. John Passion Evangelist at St. John the Divine.

Andrew is an alumnus of the Fall Island Vocal Arts Seminar and the Tanglewood Music Center, and holds degrees from the University of Kansas and Stony Brook University.