Praised by the Boston Music Intelligencer for his “powerful baritone and impressive vocal range”, bass-baritone and hurdy-gurdyist Andrew Padgett is an accomplished interpreter of both baroque and medieval vocal and instrumental music. He has collaborated with early music luminaries including Masaaki Suzuki, Jeffrey Thomas, Nicholas McGegan, Benjamin Bagby, and Susan Hellauer, and has been featured as a soloist in concert venues worldwide such as Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall, and the Esplanade Concert Hall in his hometown, Singapore. Andrew holds a B.S. in physics, an M.M. in voice from UC Santa Barbara, and an M.M. in Early Music, Oratorio, and Chamber Ensemble at Yale University’s Institute of Sacred Music, where he studied under tenor James Taylor, and was a member of the internationally-acclaimed Yale Schola Cantorum. He is currently based in New York City.