Andrew McTaggart

Andrew McTaggart


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A graduate of the Royal Conservatoire of Music, Scotland, Andrew is already established on the Scottish circuits and makes regular appearances the length and breadth of Scotland in mainstream oratorio repertoire such as Elijah, Messiah and Fauré Requiem. Andrew was on the emerging artist programme with Scottish Opera with whom he has appeared regularly. He has subsequently worked with English National Opera, Clonter Opera and made appearances in concert at the Royal Albert Hall.


Full Biography

Andrew graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow in 2012, where he attended the Alexander Gibson Opera School and studied with George Gordon and Kathleen McKellar Ferguson. Awards at the RCS included the David Knox Memorial Prize, the Governor’s Recital Prize for Singing, and the Florence Veitch Ibler Prize for Oratorio Singing.

Notable concert engagements have included Belshazzar’s Feast with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Messiah at Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Howard Goodall’s Eternal Light with the Ulster Orchestra in Belfast and Christus in James Macmillan’s St John Passion at the Association of British Choral Directors conference. Andrew has also been heard on BBC Radio 3 performing Finzi’s Let Us Garlands Bring as part of the Crear Scholarship with Malcolm Martineau, Vaughan Williams’ Five Mystical Songs and Eternal Light with the National Youth Choir of Scotland.

Andrew has been a Scottish Opera Robertson Trust Emerging Artist since the 2012/2013 season, where his roles have included Marchese d’Obigny La Traviata, Bottom A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Samuel The Pirates of Penzance. Further engagements include Garibaldo Rodelinda, Notary Don Pasquale and Yamadori in the new David McVicar production of Madama Butterfly, all for Scottish Opera, as well as concert engagements throughout the UK including Handel Judas Maccabeus and Vaughan Williams Dona Nobis Pacem. Further engagements include Morales Carmen for Scottish Opera, Faure Requiem, Mahler Kindertotenlieder, Vaughan Williams Five Mystical Songs, Messiah, Brahms Requiem and Elijah in Aberdeen. Andrew regularly works with Scottish Opera on workshop based educational programmes, touring throughout Scotland.

Engagements in 2016/2017 include La Traviata with Opera Bohemia, Le Nozze di Figaro with Scottish Opera, Mozart Requiem with Raymond Gubbay, Messiah with Dundee Choral Society and his debut with Opéra National de Lorraine, Nancy as Lakai in Ariadne auf Naxos.

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Artist Manager

John McHugh (Cambridge)
01223 706024

Assistant Artist Manager

Aisling O’Carroll (Cambridge)
01223 706026