ANDREW STEWART

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Hailed as “a singer’s dream” by Gramophone Magazine, pianist Andrew Stewart has worked with countless vocalists and instrumentalists; premiered works by composers including Garth Baxter, Hollis Thoms, and Spencer Huffman; and performed with a great many organizations, among them the Bach Society of Baltimore, OperaBelle, the Atlantic Guitar Quartet, Baltimore Musicales, the Choirs of Goucher College, the Annapolis Chorale, and Assisi Performing Arts in Italy. Recent performance highlights include the complete songs of Henri Duparc with soprano Kimberly Christie, Messiaen’s “Quartet For the End of Time” with Assisi Quartet at Princeton University and at the War Memorial in Baltimore, programs of art songs in Czech and Chinese with sopranos Annie Gill and Kerry Holahan, and a recital of arias and art songs with soprano Mary Claire Curran at Opera America in New York City. He is featured on the albums Katherine Keem Sings Songs and Arias by Garth Baxter (Centaur Records, 2014), Ask the Moon (Parma, 2018), and Resistance (Parma, 2019). Mr. Stewart has been associated with the Maryland Opera Company, formerly Lyric Opera of Baltimore, since 2003, and has given over a thousand performances to date as part of its education component. He teaches on the faculty of MOC's four-week summer program, assisting high school students in writing and producing an original one-act opera. Mr. Stewart studied with Charles Asche at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and with Marian Hahn at the Peabody Conservatory. He lives in Lutherville, Maryland with his family.