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Inside Magazine describes tenor Andrew Lunsford as having “a take your breath away high C”, and Fox News described him as “quickly rising to the top due to his jaw- dropping voice.” He has been profiled by NBC, ABC, FOX News and was the subject of a prime-time feature by CNN titled, “The Accidental Tenor”.
After discovering his vocal abilities at 30 years old, Lunsford received a full scholarship to the world-renowned music program at Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music where he spent the next 4 years training with internationally acclaimed soprano Carol Vaness.
Mr. Lunsford has since gone on perform on many of the world's most distinguished stages such as The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Carnegie Hall, and was scheduled to make his Lincoln Center debut at David Geffen Hall in the Spring of 2020, which was regrettably canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Mr. Lunsford is passionate about community outreach, and frequently donates his time to charitable causes such as vocal scholarships for need based individuals and scholastic organizations who provide opportunities for students to gain valuable exposure to the arts.