About Andrew Foster-Williams


Andrew Foster-Williams was newcomer of the year 2005, according to Rupert Christiansen of

"There are plenty of bright young sopranos, mezzos, tenors and baritones around, so for once let's hear it for a bass - Andrew Foster-Williams is an impressively intelligent artist who sang both Leporello in Don Giovanni (for Opera North) and Alidoro in Cenerentola (for Glyndebourne on Tour) with impressive vocal polish.

"We should be hearing more of him."



Vivaldi - La Senna Festeggiante; Gloria e Imeneo

Performed by King’s Consort Choir and King’s Consort, with Charles Daniels, Carolyn Sampson, Hilary Summers, Tuva Semmingsen, and Andrew Foster-Williams, conducted by Robert King.


Upcoming engagement

Wednesday October 17, 2007, at 8 p.m.

Avery Fisher Hall, New York

London Symphony Orchestra

Sir Colin Davis, conductor

Marie Arnet, soprano

Anna Stéphany, mezzo-soprano

Andrew Kennedy, tenor

Andrew Foster-Williams, bass-baritone

Mozart:  Requiem in d minor, K. 626

Also on the program:  Mozart's Piano Concerto no. 27 in B-flat major, K. 595, Imogen Cooper, piano