Versatile Baritone available for bookings of all forms: oratorio, recital, choral, operatic or otherwise.

Alex Burns

“The cast were truly outstanding, what an honour it was to sit so close to such talent. Andrew Randall’s depiction of Don Giovanni was sinister, with comedic undertones, making his character more human, rather than being like an evil villain caricature.”

(Don Giovanni, Opera On Location, August 2018)

Ron Simpson

“Andrew Randall’s Don Giovanni is partly defined by his youthfulness. There are both mischief and instability in his evil. Randall plays to the audience with great skill, chatting up female front-rowers with winning insouciance, and also fields a fine lyric baritone. The relationship with Leporello is always crucial and here the recitative passages are sharply defined and natural-sounding.”

(Don Giovanni, Opera On Location, August 2018)

James Gilchrist

"Great programme... refreshingly good piano playing, and a lovely connection (understated) between the two of you... I kept not wanting to write things down because I was riveted by the performance."

(Edward Brooke's English Song Prize, 2016)

Andrew Ashwin

"...From the opening moment to the end of the aria, you held us in your world, and conveyed the yearning that Fritz has for his past with such elegance and poise! Your diction was crystal clear, and your attention to detail was admirable..."

(Ashleyan Opera Prize, 2016)

Richard Ganner - Musical Director, Colla Voce

"...The day was a truly magical and memorable experience and one that owes a tremendous amount to Andrew's expressive singing. His warmth of tone in the quieter passages was incredibly moving; this matched with the drama of the sixth movement made for a exciting display of Andrew's vocal was a great pleasure and privilege to work with Andrew and I indeed look forward to many more choral projects in the near future."

(Brahms Ein Deutsches Requiem, 27th June 2015)