Andrew Turner
(He/Him) A native from Tacoma, WA, Andrew Turner presents himself as a multidisciplinary artist in multiple genres with the performing arts and entertainment industry. An innovator for change, he creates and collaborates connecting different styles of artistry together in one space.
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Andrew Turner

A native of Tacoma, WA, Andrew holds a BM in Vocal performance from Washington State University and an MM from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. While attending University of Illinois, he performed the roles of Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni, and Male Chorus in The Rape of Lucretia. Andrew Turner is a first-year Pittsburgh Opera Resident Artist in 2021-2022. Upcoming roles include First Priest/ First Armored Man (Magic Flute), The Beloved/Horus (The Rose Elf), Policeman/The Man (In a Grove), Remendado (Carmen) and Policeman/Buddy #1 (Blue). Mr. Turner recently finished his second season at Des Moines Metro Opera as an apprentice artist performing the role of Tchaplitsky in The Queen of Spades and covering the role of Tobias Raggs in Sweeney Todd. In 2019, he made his debut as Parpignol in DMMO’s production in La Boheme. In musical theater, Turner has performed a wide span of engagements. He was featured as a special guest with composer and creator Allen René Louis in his virtual production of The Music of Allen René Louis: Musical Theater Edition, Invited as a guest artist to sing with Nathan and Julie Gunn in their concert Nathan and Julie Gunn and Friends: an Evening of Broadway and recently seen as a guest artist in Broadway at the Gardens with The Dunes Summer Theatre under the direction of Steve Scott. Turner has portrayed roles of Man 1 in Jason Robert Brown’s Songs for a New World, Uncle Fester in The Addams Family, Frederick Frankenstein in Young Frankenstein and was featured in Revues of Stephen Sondheim, Rodgers and Hammerstein and Kander and Ebb.