Andrew Thomas Pardini


"At the top of the list in this production [was] bass-baritone Andrew Pardini as Don Giovanni...Mr. Pardini radiated a rough and ready wit through his commanding vocal presence…" — Communities Digital News

"Andrew Pardini as Figaro was extremely charismatic and a boundless ball of energy. He provided some of the best moments of the evening as he schemed and charmed his way out of every new conflict occurring in the story and had the audience on his side from the first moments of the opera." — BWW Opera World

"Of course, Andrew Pardini stole the show as Papageno — Schikaneder knew what he was doing. But not by flouncing around, rather by making a complete character — someone you felt you knew by the end of the opera."
— The Berkshire Review for the Arts


Extolled by The Baltimore Sun for his “robust work” and DC Metro Theater Arts for “a heart-stopping, high voltage bass-baritone voice,” Andrew Thomas Pardini continues to win audiences with his vibrant tone and thrilling character portrayals.

Pardini is thrilled to be a part of the 2017 Opera Maine Studio Artist Program, where he will make his company and role debuts as Marchese d’Obigny / ‘La traviata,’ and FBI Agent / ‘An American Dream,’ in addition to performing a recital in collaboration with the Portland Museum of Art, inspired by highlights from its collection.

Pardini recently made his company and role debuts with The Atlanta Opera as William Dale / ‘Silent Night,’ Un Notaro / ‘Don Pasquale,’ and Dandini / ‘La Cenerentola,’ in addition to serving as Studio Baritone as part of its inaugural 2016-17 Studio Artist Program. This past summer, Pardini was a Studio Artist as part of The Crested Butte Opera Studio at Crested Butte Music Festival, performing the role of Marcello / ‘La bohème.’

During the 2015-16 Season, Pardini made his company and role debuts with Dayton Opera as Il Principe Yamadori & Il Commissario Imperiale / ‘Madama Butterfly,’ and Un Araldo / ‘Otello,’ in addition to serving as Resident Baritone as part of its prestigious 2015-16 Artists-In-Residence Program. Other roles that season included Reporter #3 / ‘Shadowboxer’ at Center Stage, First Prison Guard & A Motor Cop / ‘Dead Man Walking’ at Townsend Opera & Fresno Grand Opera, Bass Soloist / ‘Ich habe genug’ at Bach In Baltimore, Father / ‘Hansel and Gretel’ at The Children’s Opera, Bass Soloist / ‘Messiah’ at The Handel Choir of Baltimore, Top / ‘The Tender Land’ at The In Series, Don Giovanni / ‘Don Giovanni’ at Opera AACC, Coro Di Frati / ‘Don Carlo’ at Opera Philadelphia, and Don Giovanni / ‘Don Giovanni’ at The In Series. In summer 2015, Pardini was a Festival Artist at Utah Festival Opera & Musical Theatre, performing the role of Toynbee / ‘How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,’ and covering the roles of Marcello / ‘La bohème,’ Jigger Craigin / ‘Carousel,’ and Baritone Soloist / ‘Carmina Burana.’

During the 2014-15 Season, Pardini performed as Father / ‘Hansel and Gretel’ at Hub Opera Ensemble, Dr. Falke / ‘Die Fledermaus’ at Poor Richard’s Opera, Giuseppe Palmieri / ‘ The Gondoliers’ at Young Victorian Theatre Company, Zuniga / ‘Carmen’ at Opera AACC, Figaro / ‘Le nozze di Figaro’ at Hub Opera Ensemble, and Sir Richard Cholmondeley / ‘The Yeomen of the Guard’ at The Victorian Lyric Opera Company.

Favorite past roles include King Melchior / ‘Amahl and the Night Visitors,’ Leporello / ‘Don Giovanni’’, Marcello & Schaunard / ‘La bohème,’ Papageno / ‘Die Zauberflöte’, Gianni Schicchi / ‘Gianni Schicchi,’ Marullo / ‘Rigoletto,’ and Samuel / ‘Un ballo in maschera.’

Pardini has been garnering acclaim for his striking interpretations of concert works and oratorio. On more than one occasion, Pardini has sung the Baritone Soloist in Faurè’s ‘Requiem’ with The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, Bethesda. In March 2014, Pardini joined good friend and composer, Joshua Rush Barnett, as the Baritone Soloist for the premier of his epic Civil War masterwork, ‘Valley Echoes.’

Priding himself as a champion of contemporary works, Pardini relishes the opportunity to be a part of the creative and developmental process. Pardini originated the role of Andreas Baader in ‘The Last Act of Revolution’, the inaugural operatic undertaking of composer, Evan Meier, and librettist, Lucas Richmond. He also created the role of Navarro in the Los Angeles debut of David Conte and Oliver Mayer’s racially-charged opera, ‘America Tropical.’ The realm of vocal competition has propelled Pardini’s burgeoning career, helping him to capture a loyal following of supporters. Foremost among his many successes, Pardini won Second Place in the 2015 Michael Ballam Concorso Lirico International Vocal Competition – Logan, as well as being a Finalist in the 2014 Partners for the Arts Vocal Awards Competition – Alexandria, and the recipient of an Encouragement Award in the 2012 Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions – Pittsburgh District.

Pardini has honed his craft at a number of Young Artist Programs and training institutes throughout the United States. In summer 2013, Pardini was an Apprentice Singer at Ash Lawn Opera Festival, covering the role of Jigger Craigin / ‘Carousel.’ He attended the former Bay Area Summer Opera Theater in both 2011 and 2012, gaining a wealth of experience and knowledge from Founders Sylvia Anderson and Matthias Kuntzsch. Moreover, Pardini is an alum of Ann Baltz’s renowned OperaWorks Emerging Artist Program, having participated in summer 2010.

Pardini holds a Master of Music degree in Opera Performance from the University of Maryland – Maryland Opera Studio, under the tutelage of Dominic Cossa and François Loup, and a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance from the University of Southern California – Thornton School of Music, studying with Gary Glaze. Prior to university, Pardini spent his earliest years as the student of Erik “Buck” Townsend, who reared him from boy soprano to “baby baritone,” imbuing him with a passion and reverence for singing and performing. Pardini dedicates his every artistic pursuit, with love and admiration, to his voice teacher and mentor.

A native of Modesto, California, Pardini is based in the New York metropolitan area. For more information, please visit www.andrewthomaspardini.com.

Studio Baritone
'The Atlanta Opera 2016-17 Studio Artist Program'
The Atlanta Opera - Tomer Zvulun, General & Artistic Director
Monday, 12 September 2016 - Sunday, 21 May 2017
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre - Atlanta, GA

'La Cenerentola' - Rossini / Ferretti
The Atlanta Opera Studio Tour - Valerie Pool, Pianist & Coach
Monday, 12 September 2016 - Sunday, 21 May 2017
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre - Atlanta, GA

Baritone Soloist
'Opera With An Edge - Season Preview Concert'
The Atlanta Opera Studio - Arthur Fagen, Conductor
Sunday, 2 October 2016, 3:00P
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre - Atlanta, GA

William Dale
'Silent Night' - Puts / Campbell
The Atlanta Opera - Nicole Paiement, Conductor
Saturday, 5 November 2016 - Sunday, 13 November 2016
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre - Atlanta, GA

Notary / Malatesta (Cover)
'Don Pasquale' - Donizetti / Ruffini
The Atlanta Opera - Joseph Colaneri, Conductor
Saturday, 25 March 2017 - Sunday, 2 April 2017
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre - Atlanta, GA

'Don Pasquale - Student Short' - Donizetti / Ruffini
The Atlanta Opera - Joseph Colaneri, Conductor
Thursday, 30 March 2017, 11:00A
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre - Atlanta, GA

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