Andrew Bearden Brown
Andrew Bearden Brown is making his debut with The Thirteen for Northern Lights. A Washington, D.C. native, he began his singing career as a treble in the Washington National Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys. At the Cathedral he sang for services of national importance, including the state funerals of Presidents Ronald Reagan and Gerald Ford, as well as prayer services for 9/11 and Hurricane Katrina. During this time he also soloed at the Kennedy Center and with Leonard Slatkin in acclaimed performances of Bernstein's Chichester Psalms. During his undergraduate years at Brown University, Andrew regularly performed with Brown University Chorus (Messiah, All Night Vigil) and Brown Opera Productions (Ernesto - Don Pasquale) and music directed Brown Madrigal Singers. Since returning to Washington, he has soloed with Schola Cantorum of Boston (Matthäus-Passion), Voce Chamber Singers (Carmina Burana), and the Carya Ensemble (Debussy’s L’Enfant Prodigue). He has additionally performed as an ensemble musician with the National Cathedral Choir, the choir of St. John’s Lafayette Square, Opera Lafayette, Cathedra, and Chantry. He currently lives in Silver Spring and is preparing for conservatory in Fall 2018.