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The Sunday Times (London) Sunday Times “CD of the Week”

Andrew - "whose vocal authority alone seems to send his opponents to their deaths" - sings the villainous Pere Joseph in this new recording of Gounod's opera Cinq-Mars, with the Münchner Rundfunkorchester conducted by Ulf Schirmer.


Release March 24th 2017

Paul McCreesh leads The Gabrieli Consort in his new translation of Haydn's life-affirming oratorio. Andrew is joined by soprano Carolyn Sampson and tenor Jeremy Ovendon, in what promises to be a joyous and elegant celebration of Haydn's masterpiece.


Andrew Foster-Williams's superb Pizarro

Patrick O'Connor - Opera


Andrew Foster-Williams outstanding as the easily manipulated, nervy Gunther

Hugo Shirley - Financial Times


Pelléas et Mélisande featured an extraordinary performance from Andrew Foster-Williams as Golaud

Anna Picard - The Independent on Sunday


As Guillaume Tell bass-baritone Andrew Foster-Williams shines with internalized dramatic power

Eckehard Uhlig - Die Deutsche Bühne


a singer whose voice has blossomed into something very special these past few years

Sue Loder - Opera Today