University of Rochester
With a passion for both orchestral and
chamber music, Andrew has performed with a variety of ensembles including the
Eastman Wind Ensemble, Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra, Eastman Percussion
Ensemble, and Eastman's Musica Nova. Andrew has performed at the Percussive
Arts Society International Convention with the Eastman Percussion Ensemble in
2017, premiering works by John Psathas and Michael Burritt, as Principal
Timpanist with the Eastman Wind Ensemble on their 2019 tour to Severance Hall,
and as a soloist at the 2016 McCormick Marimba Festival. He can be heard with
the National Orchestral Institute on their album of American music set to
release in 2019 on NAXOS, and with the acclaimed FSU Percussion Ensemble on
their Volume Three: Ten Windows on Garnet House Productions.
Andrew is an alumnus of the Arts
Leadership Certificate Program at Eastman, and is dedicated to furthering the
relevance of music in today's world. Through the Institute for Music
Leadership, he has held administrative positions with the Grammy award-winning
Third Coast Percussion and in the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra's Development
office. Andrew has attended workshops and taken courses on leadership issues in
music, teaching artistry, and entrepreneurial thinking, and currently works as
a Student Blogger for the Eastman Journal.
Andrew currently resides in Rochester,
New York where he is pursuing his Doctorate in Percussion Performance and
Literature at the Eastman School of Music, anticipated May 2022.
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