TRAINING, EARLY CAREER, TODAY
The British singer Andrew Golder trained at the Royal College of Music and the RCM Opera School in London under Redvers Llewellyn and Ruth Packer where he was awarded a Scholarship for post-graduate opera studies and selected for master-classes with Dame Janet Baker and later with Sir Geraint Evans. He later studied privately with baritone Raimund Herincx in London and gave his successful commissioned Purcell Room recital début.
Andrew Golder went on to enjoy a highly active recital and concert career while gaining valuable stage experience in many London West End productions including Sondheim's 'Sweeney Todd' and Kurt Weill's 'Street Scene'.
While still in post graduate studies at the RCM he created the rôle of David in contemporary composer Alan Detweiler's 'King Saul' to national press acclaim. Based in France in the 90's he then began his career as freelance opera soloist in 1995. Since then he has guested in opera and concert in France, Austria, Germany, Switzerland and Spain and had outstanding success with the more dramatic rôles in the baritone repertoire.
Since 2007, Andrew has concentrated his energies on Private Coaching , while continuing with his Narration and VoiceOver work
which he began in 1987...
These days, he provides guidance in vocal technique and professional accent-free English suitable for University lecturers, Media
Presenters, for the Legal and Medical professions and for Business professionals. With his stage and performing experience he is
ideally suited to provide guidance on Professional Presentation.
He now operates his online recording studio from which he provides professional voiceover recordings via the Internet for his