Baritone Andrew Garland has performed recitals at Carnegie Hall, New York Festival of Song, Ravinia Festival, Vocal Arts DC, Marilyn Horne Foundation, Bard Festival, Cleveland Art Song Festival, Camerata Pacifica, Andre-Turp Society Montreal, Voce at Pace, Huntsville Chamber Music Guild, Fanfare in Hammond (Louisiana), Cincinnati Matinee Musicale, Cincinnati Song Initiative, Tuesday Morning Music Club, American Pianists Awards, the Phillips Collection, college campuses around North America, and venues in Italy, Croatia, Greece, and Turkey. He has premiered works by Jake Heggie, William Bolcom, Stephen Paulus, Steven Mark Kohn, Eric Nathan, Edie Hill, and Gerald Cohen, and had works written for him by Lee Hoiby, Tom Cipullo, Thomas Pasatieri, and Gabriela Lena Frank.
He has performed in concert with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Boston Baroque, Handel and Haydn, Boston Youth Symphony, National Philharmonic, Albany Symphony, Washington Master Chorale at the Kennedy Center, National Chorale at Lincoln Center, Colorado Symphony, Nashville Symphony, Houston Symphony, UMS Ann Arbor, Colorado Bach Ensemble, Emmanuel Music, Boston Pro Musica, the UMass Amherst Bach Festival, and the Takács, Dover, Amernet, and Deadalus string quartets. He has performed leading opera roles at Seattle Opera, New York City Opera, Opera Philadelphia, Cincinnati Opera, Minnesota Opera, Arizona Opera, Hawai’i Opera Theatre, Opera Colorado, Boston Lyric, Dayton, Fort Worth Opera, the Bard Festival, and Opera Saratoga, but most importantly, he has sung the national anthem four times at Fenway Park, which is his favorite place to sing.
Garland is a member of the voice faculty at the University of Colorado, Boulder and is a mentor with Bel Canto Boot Camp.
Andrew (Andy) is a graduate of Silver Lake Regional High School and UMass Amherst and has ridden the Pan Mass Challenge 31 times.