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Originally from Manhasset, New York, baritone Andrew Stack is a recent alumnus of the Graduate Diploma program at New England Conservatory, studying under the tutelage of Michael Meraw. Upcoming performances include Omar at Carolina Performing Arts covering Johnson/Owen and Boston Lyric Opera as Man in Crowd. Stack recently rejoined the Spoleto Festival USA in Charleston, South Carolina this past summer understudying the role of Johnson/Owen in the world premiere of Omar and the North American premiere of Nico Muhly’s The Street.
Stack’s time at New England Conservatory included performances as Malatesta in Don Pasquale at Jordan Hall, L’holorge comtoise in L’enfant et les sortilèges, in scenes as Creon from Marjorie Merryman’s Antigone and Guglielmo from Così fan tutte, Marquis de la Force/Dr. Javelinot in NEC’s digital film production of Dialogues of the Carmelites, and regular appearances in NEC’s Liederabend recital series.
Prior to moving to Boston, Stack earned his Master’s degree from the Indiana University Jacob School of Music. While at Jacobs, Stack was seen in performances of Stephen Paulus’ The Three Hermits (Bishop), La Traviata (Barone Douphol), as well as regular performances in recital with the collaborative piano department. Shortly after graduating with his Bachelor of Music degree from Westminster Choir College, Stack made his professional debut as Zaretsky in Spoleto Festival USA’s Eugene Onegin. Additional roles include Starveling (Midsummer Night’s Dream) and Private Willis (Iolanthe).
Andrew Stack is an avid Art Song and new music advocate, having collaborated with some of the foremost living composers in the United States, including Libby Larsen and Jake Heggie. He has performed the North American premiere of Sven-David Sandström’s symphonic work Uppbrott and has participated in masterclasses for Dr. Allen Lewis Smith and Thomas Hampson. Most recently, he has been featured in several of this past year’s Liederabend concerts. Shortly before graduating Westminster, Andrew formed a close collaborative relationship with the late pianist Dalton Baldwin, which then continued at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria that summer.