Successfully declared itself at the Salzburg Festival, while still a student Mozarteum. Later became a regular guest of this festival, which over the years has executed title and the second plan roles in productions under the direction of Ivor Bolton, Ingo Metzmacher, Sir Simon Rattle, Riccardo Muti. Geography of his performances includes such cities as Vienna, Berlin, Munich, Zurich, Tokyo, Puebla (Mexico), Buenos Aires and Ushuaia (Argentina).
Since 2010 he is a member of the ensemble of the Graz Opera, where he could be heard as Jeletzky (Pique Dame), Masetto (Don Giovanni), Belcore (Elisir d’amore), Ford (Falstaff), Papageno (Magic Flute) and Roi Alphonse (La favorite). 2013/2014 season was a turning point in the career of the singer: he performed the title roles as Figaro, Don Giovanni and Guglielmo, in Mozart — Da Ponte Trilogy at the Theater an der Wien, conducted by Nikolaus Harnoncourt.
Andre Schuen has sung, in addition to numerous masses and cantatas, Bach’s Christmas Oratorio, The Passion of St John, and Mass in B minor, Handel’s Messiah, Mozart’s Requiem, Brahms’s A German Requiem. In 2013 his repertoire will be extended with the role of Christ in Bach’s St Matthew Passion and Faure’s Requiem, which he performed with the Berliner Philharmonic under Sir Simon Rattle at the Auditorio Nacional de Musica in Madrid. In 2014 — at the Orchestre national de Lille with Mahler’s Liedern eines fahrenden Gesellen.
He has been working on lieder with the pianist Daniel Heide — his constantly expanding repertoire includes Schubert’s Winterreise, Schumann’s Dichterliebe and Song Cycle op. 24, Wolf’s Harfner-Gesange. In 2009 with Philipp Lamprecht he premiered the song cycle ...bald ist mir nimmer kalt (12 lieder with texts by Norbert C. Kaser for vocals and percussion) by Herbert Grassl. In 2012 he sang the role of Morales in Bizet’s Carmen with the Berliner Philharmonic under Sir Simon Rattle, production is now also available on CD with EMI Classics.
In the 2014/15 season he has been invited to make his debut at the London Wigmore Hall and at the Wiener Konzerthaus. Andre Schuen won a prize at the International Summer Academy of the Mozarteum, and won fi rst prize at the song competition of the Walter und Charlotte Hamel Foundation.