Andrew Adridge is a Toronto-born, Guyanese Canadian multidisciplinary artist, performer, and arts administrator. He is a graduate of the University of Toronto holding both a Bachelor of Music Performance in Voice, and a Master of Music in Opera. Credits at UofT Opera include, Bacchus in Offenbach’s Orphée aux enfers (2016), and the title role in Don Giovanni (2017). He has been featured as an ensemble soloist both at the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto and the Kennedy Centre in Washington, D.C. Andrew has participated in several young artist programs including The Chautauqua Institution Voice Program, and the Banff Opera program. Most recent singing credits include: Stephen Marshall in Nicole Lizée’s No One’s Safe with the Opera in the 21st Century program at the Banff Centre, singing the role of Schaunard in Puccini/Ivany’s La Bohème in Against the Grain Theatre’s Canada-wide touring production, and a return to the baritone role in Soundstreams’ Electric Messiah.