Andrew Greenan read Modern Languages at Cambridge and studied with John Cameron at the Royal Northern College of Music. He made his professional operatic début in Schoenberg’s Die glückliche Hand at La Scala, Milan, and then sang at Bayreuth for three consecutive summers. Formerly a company principal at English National Opera, his many rôles at the Coliseum ranged from the Commendatore in Don Giovanni to Swallow in Peter Grimes and the Parson in The Cunning Little Vixen. For the Royal Opera, Covent Garden he has sung Swallow, and rôles in operas by Verdi, Wagner and Richard Strauss. Abroad, performances include Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Turin, Abimelech in Samson et Dalila for New Israeli Opera, and Sarastro at the Vienna Volksoper, with an increasing number of major operatic and concert engagements. He has a wide concert repertoire, sacred and secular, and recitals have included several performances of Winterreise. He has a number of recordings to his credit.