La traviata (Canadian Opera Company, 2015)

“The moment signified the earliest moment in this opera that I have ever burst into tears before. […] Haji has a tone that is perfectly Italianate, very musical and yet seemingly effortless.”
— barczablog (October 17, 2015)

“Tenor Andrew Haji […] brings his beautiful, bright, sweet, and aristocratic lyric tenor to Alfredo. […] He’s also a very fine actor, moving well on stage and offering a most ardent and endearing characterization. He’s a singer who’s going places.”
— Musical Toronto (October 17, 2015)

Dichterliebe (April 9, 2015)

“Haji has a glorious tenor, bright, clarion, sweet, rich, always used with musicality and discerning taste. To sum it up in a few words, his singing on this occasion was marvelous.”
— La Scena Musicale (April 10, 2015)

“His voice sounded flexible and easy throughout, and most importantly, he sang with an honest sound. […] He spoke each word as though it were happening to him at that moment. […] Whatever Haji was thinking about during that gorgeous final piano postlude, it was stunning to watch.”
— Schmopera (April 9, 2015)

Così fan tutte (Canadian Opera Company, 2014)

“Act 1’s Andrew Haji has an expressive voice as smooth as silk, replete with Italianate sob. It is a beautiful light sound blessed with an even legato flow.”
— Paula Citron (February 21, 2014)

“Haji brought his own honeyed sound and heart to Ferrando’s music.”
— NOW Magazine (February 2014)

The Magic Flute (Music Academy of the West, 2013)

“As Tamino, Andrew Haji showcased his powerful and nimble voice.”
— Opera News (November 2013)

COC Ensemble Studio Competition, 2012

“How often does one find a tenor with a voice of such quality? … It is bright, well focused, and sweet, just the right timbre for Mozart and the light Italian repertoire.”
— La Scena Musicale (November 30, 2012)

“He has a startlingly attractive, Italianate voice.”
— (November 30, 2012)

“Consistency of tone, good legato…a thoroughly solid tenor.”
— Definitely the Opera (November 29, 2012)

Così fan tutte (University of Toronto, 2012)

“Andrew Haji as Ferrando has a divinely beautiful tenor instrument. His sound is sweet, pure and powerful with remarkable control and consistency for a singer his age. The sensitivity of his sound commands pathos for his character.”
— Mooney on Theatre (March 9, 2012)

Candide (University of Toronto, 2010)

“Andrew Haji captured the ear with his rich tones.”
— Opera Canada (Summer 2010)