Andrea delGiudice is proud to join the EA team as a consultant. Her professional credits include an International career in Europe and the United States as a leading soprano. Theaters include the Scottish National Opera, Munich State Opera, Liege Opera, Opera Bonn, Edmonton Opera, Austin Lyric Opera, DiCapo Opera Theater and Arizona Opera. Her verismo roles include the Puccini and Verdi heroines alongside renowned artists such as Placido Domingo, Johan Botha, Sherill Milnes, Alexei Steblianko, and Nicola Martinucci. Andrea has been a featured concert soloist at Boston’s Jordan Hall with some of Boston’s leading soloists, and WGBH's “Morning Classics” in Richard Strauss’ Four Last Songs as well as original works including Shema by composer Simon Sargon.
Andrea’s diverse talents led to numerous international recording contracts in over 200 major films and animated features in Rome, Italy with Walt Disney/ Buena Vista, RAI television and Sundance Films. Film includes her appearance in the 2018 NY Film festival winner, Waiting a Documentary.
Andrea currently serves as Founder and Director of New York Opera Collaborative, Director of Vocal Arts at the Narnia Festival in Narni, Italy, and Vocal Director at the Neighborhood Playhouse of the Theater in New York City.
In her directing Debuts, she recently made her directing debut at the Axelrod Theater in her edgy conceptual production of Verdi’s La Traviata and Bizet’s Carmen. 2021 brings her double bill of Suor Angelica and the world premiere of “Pieta” music by Jake Landau and libretto cowritten with Andrea; and her new concept production of Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas at Syracuse University.
Ms. DelGiudice is one of the most sought after voice teachers in New York City. Her students are currently engaged nationally and internationally at the Metropolitan Opera, Chicago Lyric Opera, Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall in New York City, Vancouver Opera, Athens Greece, Versailles Opera, Nancy in France, Hong Kong Opera, Seattle Opera, Syracuse Opera, Hawaii Opera Theater, Chautauqua Opera, Shreveport opera, Opera San Jose, Paris Opera, and Knoxville Opera, etc. Andrea is touring with her 2018 International Masterclass series in Hawaii, Berlin, Italy and New York City.
Ms. DelGiudice previously served as Artistic Advisor and Voice Faculty at the Tuscia Opera Festival in Viterbo, Italy. Ms. DelGiudice is an accomplished pianist and fluent in Italian. College Faculty and Resident Artist appointments include Syracuse University, Dean College, Salem State College, Stonehill College and Massasoit Community College in Massachusetts. She was Founder and Artistic Director of Operatunity in Boston, a conservatory opera -training program for musically merited children at the Orpheum Theater in Foxboro, Massachusetts.
“I credit Andrea DelGiudice for the foundation of my vocal technique. She truly understands the Italianate bel canto method of singing, and takes a deliberate, methodical approach to building a sustainable vocal technique. Her knowledge and dedication as a voice teacher are of the highest caliber in the world today. I am ever grateful for our work together, which has provided the necessary technical stability for a demanding performance career.”
- RAY CHENEZ ,Internationally acclaimed Countertenor
“ …The most impressive individual performance in this Trittico came from, Andrea DelGiudice, who has sung leading verismo roles throughout North America and Europe, and was a thoroughly convincing Giorgetta. Her work was impressive for its detail: from moment to moment, she inflected her complex spinto sound to elucidate Puccini's musical and dramatic intent…”
- OPERA NEWS
“… A voice of astonishing power and beauty….”
- NEWCASTLE JOURNAL, England