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LA FIERA DI VENEZIA with Bampton Classical Opera

"At the centre is a philandering aristocrat, Duke Ostrogoto – broadly and blusteringly projected by Andrew Henley with an apt degree of slyness" -

"The tenor Andrew Henley sang with refinement, addressing Falsirena with lyrical elegance in 'Il pargoletto amabile'" - Opera

TRAUERNACHT with Opéra de Lyon

”Andrew Henley, young Welsh tenor, sings the young son with solid vocal technique. His fine timbre embedded in a lyrical sound gives his role an empathetic depth and touch.” –

“Tenor Andrew Henley interprets the youngest son, with an equally light, supple, even tender voice... He also holds back a little to further intensify his singing, which he easily achieves when the sentences are a little longer and allow him to deploy assertive vocalizations. This expressiveness is put at the service of this angry and moralizing brother.” -

L'ELISIR D'AMORE (Nemorino) with Random Opera Company


“Andrew Henley’s powerful tenor beautifully portrayed Nemorino’s despair, while being flexible enough to be meltingly tender in his big aria “Una furtiva” – South Rugby News

CENDRILLON (Barigoule) with Buxton International Festival

"I was particularly struck by Andrew Henley... who showed comic flair and a healthy tenor as the Dandini figure" - Rupert Christiansen, Opera

DON GIOVANNI (Ottavio) with Clonter Opera


"Vocal highlights came from Andrew Henley's Ottavio and Alexandra Lowe as Elvira... Ottavio's big Act II aria was the best thing of the evening" - Opera Now


DEAD MAN WALKING (Father Grenville) with Welsh National Opera


"Father Grenville was essayed by the tenor, Andrew Henley, who sang with a relaxed easy demeanor, and a pleasing lilt. His skepticism and lack of sympathy with Sister Helen’s outlook took the form of a casual dismissiveness and was clearly constructed." -  Opera Wire


OWEN WINGRAVE (Lechmere) with British Youth Opera


"Best of the cast was the tenor Andrew Henley who was immediately convincing as Lechmere, leaping atop a table and wielding a sabre with naïve gusto, to the alarm of Coyle and the other trainee recruits. Henley alone sang with consistently good diction, and displayed an appealing tone." - Clare Seymour, Opera


"Andrew Henley, as [Owen's] friend Lechmere and sporting a ringing tenor voice, relished chopping off 'vile foreign heads' -


" eager and personable Lechmere, flirting delightfully with Katie Coventry's Kate Julian and displaying all the proper attributes" - Planet Hugill


FALSTAFF (Fenton) with RWCMD Opera


"...Andrew Henley's lyrical Fenton" - Rian Evans, Opera


"Andrew Henley as a loveable skaterboy gardener Fenton" - Arts Scene In Wales


ALBERT HERRING (title role) with RWCMD Opera


"Henley sang well, and was a convincing shy introvert who was ready to break out of his mummy-shaped mould" - Seenandheard International


"Andrew Henley makes a convincing job as the lead, with more than a hint of Benny Hill in his delivery" - South Wales Argus

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