Andrew Moore

Andrew Moore, Bass-Baritone from Point Pleasant, New Jersey, is currently working for his MM in Opera at Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. In addition to musical directing 35mm, he is also the co-founder and director of Triple-A Productions, which is a theater group dedicated to teaching kids acting, singing, and dance. While residing at home, Andrew operates his own voice studio with students who have sung at venues like Carnegie Hall and around NYC. 
            Currently studying with Grammy-winning Eduardo Chama, Andrew will star in Rutgers production this year of Beethoven’s Fidelio as Rocco, and as the title role of Figaro in Le Nozze di Figaro by Mozart. His previous credits include Mozart’s Cosi fan Tutte (Guglielmo), Ravel’s L’enfant et les sortileges (L’Arbre), Poulenc’s Dialouge of the Carmelites (1st Officer) and Blow’s Venus and Adonis (Adonis). Andrew also performed as a soloist with the Rutgers University Glee Club on their European tour in May of 2015, under the direction of Patrick Gardner. Andrew has been selected to appear at the Maazel Castleton Festival in 2015, the Amherst Early Music Festival in 2017, and has attended the IVAI institute in NYC under the direction of Joan Dornemann in 2016.