Andrea DelGiudice
Soprano. Voice Teacher. Director. 
“…. The most impressive individual performance in this Trittico came from, Andrea DelGiudice, who has sung leading verismo roles throughout North America and Europe, was a thoroughly convincing Giorgetta. Her work was impressive for its detail: from moment to moment, she inflected her complex spinto sound to elucidate Puccini's musical and dramatic intent….”     

Andrea's students are winning international competitions and performing in major opera companies across the U.S. and Europe.
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Andrea DelGiudice sings
Franz Schubert's
Shepherd on the Rock

Andrea DelGiudice, Soprano
ANDREA DELGIUDICE is a soprano of “astonishing power and subtlety” (Newcastle Journal, England), “great flight and daring” (Ulster Newsletter, Ireland), and “great beauty of voice” (General Anzeiger, Bonn). Her international career as a leading soprano has taken her to the Scottish National Opera, Munich State Opera, Liege Opera, Opera Bonn, Edmonton Opera, Austin Lyric Opera, DiCapo Opera Theater, and Arizona Opera. Specializing in the verismo heroines of Puccini and Verdi, she has appeared alongside renowned artists such as Placido Domingo, Johan Botha, Sherill Milnes, Alexei Steblianko, and Nicola Martinucci. Andrea has been a featured concert soloist at Boston’s Jordan Hall with some of Boston’s leading soloists, and WGBH's “Morning Classics” in Richard Strauss’s Four Last Songs as well as contemporary works including Simon Sargon’s Shema. Her diverse talents have led to numerous international recording contracts in over 200 major films and animated features in Rome, Italy with Walt Disney/Buena Vista, RAI television, and Sundance Films.

Andrea is one of the most sought after voice teachers in New York City. Her students are engaged nationally and internationally at the Metropolitan Opera, Chicago Lyric Opera, Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall in New York City, Theater an der Wien (Vienna), Vancouver Opera, Athens Greece, Versailles Opera, Nancy Opera (France), Hong Kong Opera, Seattle Opera, Syracuse Opera, Hawaii Opera Theater, Chautauqua Opera, Shreveport Opera, Opera San Jose, Paris Opera, and Knoxville Opera. She is in regular demand as a master teacher and adjudicator in the United States and Europe and has worked with DiCapo Opera, Hawai'i Opera Theatre Mae Z. Orvis Studio, University of Hawai'i, and the Yeoryia Studios Master Class series in New York. She is a frequent consultant in conjunction with Randsman Artist Management. She has served as adjunct voice faculty at Columbia University, Dean College, Salem State College, Stonehill College, and Massasoit Community College in Massachusetts.

Andrea currently serves as Founder and Director of New York Opera Collaborative; Director of Vocal Arts at the Narnia Festival in Narni, Italy; and Vocal Director at the Neighborhood Playhouse of the Theater in New York City. She recently made her directing debut at the Axelrod Theater in her edgy conceptual production of Verdi’s La Traviata. This production will make its European debut in the summer of 2018 in Italy. Future projects include a concert commemorating the 100th birthday of Leonard Bernstein (soloist) and Bizet’s Carmen (director) at the Axelrod Performing Arts Center in New Jersey.


Study and perform in Italy this summer!

“Andrea DelGiudice is the perfect Butterfly.“

“For those who never thought it would happen, here she is – a Butterfly who looks pale, vulnerable and fragile. A Butterfly who resembles a tragic young woman, and a heroine who can convey all the emotion of a tortured and betrayed soul in her teenage years. She comes in the shape—the very slight shape—of Andrea DelGiudice, who may be one of the few sopranos around today who not only looks like Puccini’s doomed Geisha but who can actually belt out the vocal line with sympathetic passion. A passion enough, in my case, to reduce me to quivering tears at the end of Act One, and to have me gripping the arms of my seat as the final curtain fell."