He also makes LEGO stop motion videos of his favorite operas so kids can learn about this art form.
From The Met's Akhnaten to the world premiere of Eurydice, Andres takes what he sees on stage and transforms it into a new kind of art.
Check out some our favorite videos this creative kid has made. You know they're going to be good.
We have to start with our 2019/20 season opener (and the opera of all operas), La Bohème. The stage looks spot on. It took him three days to put the whole thing together, but took our crew three days on the turntable alone.
We know this isn't technically an opera, but our stint in Florence was one to remember. We'll never pass up an opportunity to watch Clara and Fabrizio fall in love.
Fun fact: Eurydice is Andres' favorite production he's seen at LA Opera, and we can't blame him. He even got the chance to snap this sweet shot with composer Matthew Aucoin.
Andres finished this one when we needed it most. If you missed Roberto Devereux on our stage, you can catch it here instead. We know it's not exactly the same as a live performance, but you have to admit, it's the next best thing right about now.
We couldn't make this list and leave Akhnaten off of it. In fact, you might have already seen this (over 4,000 people already have). But if not, now's your chance. Want to keep up with all of Andres' LEGO operas? Make sure to subscribe to his account here.