Baritone André Chiang was described as “vocally commanding” (Oregonian), “handsome of voice” (Opera News), and lauded with “let’s hear more from this singer” (Washington Post). Chiang’s recent engagements include Masetto (Don Giovanni) and Dandini (La cenerentola) with Dayton Opera, Older Thompson (Glory Denied) with Painted Sky Opera, and Schaunard (La bohème) with Mississippi Opera and Mobile Opera. Previous credits include Young Galileo/ Salviati (Galileo Galilei), for which he was commercially recorded, Argante (Rinaldo), and Ford (Falstaff) with Portland Opera; Anthony Hope (Sweeney Todd) with Virginia Opera; and Lancelot in the Young Artist Matinee of Camelot at the Glimmerglass Festival. Competition honors include Regional Finalist for the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, Winner of the 59th National Federation of Music Clubs’ 2017 Biennial Young Artist Award, and Winner of the 45th National Association of Teachers of Singing Artist Awards Competition. In concert, Chiang performed as Baritone soloist in Carmina Burana with the Symphony Chorus of New Orleans, Huntsville Symphony, Baton Rouge Symphony, and Canterbury Voices; and Baritone Soloist in Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony with the Richmond Symphony. His Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall debut came as Baritone soloist in the World Premiere of Martin Palmeri’s Gran Misa. Upcoming engagements include Escamillo (Carmen) with Mobile Opera and Silvio (Pagliacci) with Painted Sky Opera.

Chiang received degrees from the University of South Alabama and the Manhattan School of Music; and Doctor of Musical Arts from Louisiana State University. As an educator, Chiang was a 2018 NATS Intern and is an Assistant Professor of Music-Voice at Oklahoma State University. He attended the Contemporary Commercial Institute at Shenandoah Conservatory in 2018, and also attained the designation of a “National Center for Voice and Speech trained Vocologist” in 2019 at the Summer Vocology Institute. Chiang was featured as a presenter and panelist at the 2020 NATS National Conference and serves as the Artistic Director of Opera NexGen. He maintains a private studio teaching all styles of singing.