Tenor Andrew Goodwin has appeared with opera companies in Europe, the UK, Asia and Australia, including the Bolshoi Opera, Gran Theatre Liceu Barcelona, Teatro Real Madrid, La Scala Milan, Opera Australia, Pinchgut Opera and Sydney Chamber Opera. On the concert platform he has toured with the St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra with Maestro Temirkanov, performed with the Sydney, Melbourne, Queensland and Adelaide Symphony Orchestras, Moscow Chamber Orchestra, Sydney Philharmonia Choirs and has given recitals with pianist Daniel de Borah at the Wigmore Hall, and at the Oxford Lieder, Port Fairy, Huntington, Coriole and Canberra International Music Festivals.
Andrew’s 2019 engagements include returning to Moscow to perform Handel's Il Trionfo e tempo e del Disinganno with Yulia Lezhneva and Dmitry Sinkovsky, invitations to Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (Mozart’s Requiem), Melbourne Bach Choir (Evangelist, St Matthew Passion), Canberra International Music Festival (Evangelist, St. John Passion), Sydney Philharmonia Choirs (Dvořák’s Requiem), and as vocal soloist at Huntington Festival. He also continues his song recital partnership with Daniel de Borah. Other recent appearances included the role of Nadir in The Pearlfishers for State Opera of South Australia, the title role of Artaxerses for Pinchgut, Berlioz L’enfance du Christ and Messiah with Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, and Brett Dean’s oratorio The Last Days of Socrates with Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
In the upcoming season, Andrew will perform the role of Jacquino in Fidelio with West Australian Symphony Orchestra, at the Opera Gala of the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, Bendigo Chamber Music Festival, as soloist in Messiah with Sydney Chamber Choir and Queensland, Melbourne and Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, St. John Passion with Melbourne Bach Choir, Verdi’s Requiem with Sydney Philharmonia Choirs, and Haydn’s Creation at Canberra International Music Festival with the Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra as well as with Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra.