A native of India, Anando received degrees in Natural Sciences from both Delhi and Cambridge Universities. He pursued his vocal studies with some distinguished teachers, including Kenneth Woollam, Richard Nunn, Enrico Fissore, Ian Comboy, Glyn Paul and Nicolai Gedda.
Gedda’s last pupil
I have been working with Anando Mukerjee on his singing for a few years now. I must say it has been a wonderful experience!
Not only is Anando endowed with a lyric tenor, a lovely timbre and a fine sound in all registers, solid knowledge of several languages — but furthermore he has a quality — he is an intelligent human being! Anando would be a great asset to any opera theatre or concert hall in the world and I wish from all my heart luck and big success in his ensuing career.
An artist with fine sensibility John Steane, Opera Now
St . Luke’s Battersea Concert Season 2007
Opera Commedia 2017
Belgrade National Opera Serbia 2006
Opera Commedia 2012
Instant opera 2019, 2020, 2022
Instant Opera 2020, 2021, 2022
Rossini Petite Messe Sollenelle
Dartington Community Choir
Kimichi Symphony Orchestra, Bramall Hall, University of Birmingham
William Lloyd-Webber The Saviour
Westminster Central Hall
Reviews and Interviews
Hitting all the right notes
Tête-à-tête with Anando Mukerjee, India's operatic tenor
Read more about Anando in the Wikipedia article about him.
In conversation with Anando Mukerjee
India boasts of several culturally rich music traditions and talented musicians. One of the rarest forms to be found in the country, Opera is gaining popularity and Anando Mukerjee is a pioneer in bringing Operatic music to us. He is India’s first male Tenor and is best known for a range of roles of some of opera’s most well-known characters, including Rodolfo, the Duke of Mantua, Pinkerton and Nemorino; and appeared at leading international venues including the Belgrade National Opera, Wigmore Hall, Cadogan Hall and the Kennedy Center. We caught up with Anando in Delhi and discussed his past present and future.