“ In the title role,  baritone Andrey Andreychik had a textbook sound that we all crave from Don Giovanni. He sang with young agility, but he has a stoic, manly sound that sets him apart from the other low-voiced men in the show. He even showed off an impressive high A in that fantastic scene with the Commendatore;  Andrey's is a voice to pay attention to.” – Schmopera 

“… Andrey Andreychik sang Louis Riel… bringing powerful baritone and exceptional acting abilities to the part.” 

- Opera Canada Magazine

“ In the title role (Gianni Schicchi),  Andrey Andreychik used an impressive baritone to capture both the chicanery and the warmth of his character. ”  - Opera Canada Magazine

“… the intensity of Andrey Andreychik’s portrayal of Don Giovanni.  This was a well-thought-out creation,  Andreychik deploying a carefully controlled baritone to capture the Don’s positive and negative sides. He was unfailingly seductive, yet lethally evil, and the women in the cast responded to both aspects of his character.” 

- Opera Canada Magazine

"As Ricardo (Escamillo) baritone Andrey Andreychik sang with a bright, steely tone that was solid through his whole register... Andreychik had the perfect balance of swagger, darkness, and unintentional smarm." - Schmopera

“ … Andrey Andreychik’s baritone delivers Mozart (Le nozze di Figaro) with verve and style as the randy Count Almaviva. ” 

- Burnaby Now Newspaper

“ … opposite the golden tones of Andrey Andreychik as Ben (The Telephone): one of the nicest voices I’ve heard in awhile.” 

- Barcza Blog

“ With a sonorous baritone well suited to the role,  Andrey Andreychik played Count Almaviva as a scheming lecher – scarcely seeming contrite even in his comeuppance.” 

- Opera Canada Magazine