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"Andrew Dickinson is a young tenor with a strong stage personality and bold ambition" 
The Telegraph

"All of the roles are extremely well cast, and Andrew Dickinson stands out as a very vividly characterized drunkard. As experts in the language attest, he is also extremely skilled in his rendition of Russian, as is the rest of the cast."

Andreas Ströbl, Der Opernfreund

"British tenor Andrew Dickinson sang Christ on the Mount of Olives with clear diction and a colourful timbre.

Dr. Ralf Wegner, Klassik Begeistert

"Andrew Dickinson shone brightly as one of the main protagonists 'Die Lüge'"

Kevin Clarke, Klassik Magazin

Langgaard Antikrist, Deutsche Oper Berlin January 2022

"Andrew Dickinson is cast to perfection as 'Die Lüge'"

Vincent Guillemin, Resmusica

Langgaard Antikrist, Deutsche Oper Berlin January 2022

"Andrew Dickinson chisels the four servant roles with a fine burin point"

Giordano Cavagnino, GB Opera

J. Offenbach Les Contes d'Hoffmann, Oper Hamburg September 2021

"Andrew Dickinson brought a fierce, propulsive tenor to the protagonist's agitation, guilt and overwhelming desire"
Heidi Waleson, Wall Street Journal

Janacek The Diary of One who Disappeared, BAM New York April 2019


“Dickinson did what he usually does, which is to make one question why he is not yet a big-name tenor.”

Mark Valencia, Bachtrack

Britten The Turn of the Screw, Bury Court Opera March 2019

"The four roles gave Andrew Dickinson strong vocal, as well as, and above all, acting profile. This was so fun to watch! Dickinson is what undoubtedly may be called the ideal cast for these characters."

Detlef Obens, Opern Magazin

J. Offenbach Les Contes d'Hoffmann, Deutsche Oper Berlin January 2019

"Andrew Dickinson is the fool in a wig and national costume who also makes full use of his appearances to strongly establish his character and get his message across."

Zenaida des Aubris, Bachtrack

A. Berg Wozzeck, Deutsche Oper Berlin October 2018

"Derek Welton, Andrew Dickinson and Noel Bouley made an imposing, implacable trio of Anabaptists, each making the most of their individual moments in the limelight."

Hugo Shirley, Bachtrack

G. Meyerbeer Le Prophete, Deutsche Oper Berlin November 2017

"In the many roles that Britten integrated into his score, Andrew Dickinson as the Hotel Porter deserves a special mention."

Zenaida des Aubris, Bachtrack

B. Britten Death in Venice, Deutsche Oper Berlin March 2017

"Andrew Dickinson as Alistair the feuding brother gave a strong richly sung performance."

David Smythe, Bachtrack

G. Williams Hirda, NOISE February 2017

"Andrew Dickinson gave a very youthful and bright Da-Ud with a beautiful clear Timbre."
Daniel Url, The Opera Musicologist Berlin

R. Strauss Helen of Egypt, Deutsche Oper Berlin March 2016

"As Lakmé’s loyal servant, Hadji, Andrew Dickinson sympathetically sheltered the wounded Gérald in the forest, and sang his Act 3 aria with a true, lyrical line"
C. Seymour, Opera Today

L. Delibes Lakmé, Opera Holland Park Summer 2015

"Andrew Dickinson brought a compelling visceral energy to both his singing and acting, and his transition from wide-eyed innocent to delusional inmate was harrowingly convincing."
Yehuda Shapiro, Opera Magazine

I. Stravinsky The Rake's Progress, Bury Court Opera March 2015

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