Bio

Andrew Anderson is a musician deeply invested in the performance of classical and contemporary music, in both solo and collaborative settings. He has worked with many established composers, including Donnacha Dennehy, Eve Beglarian, Lukas Ligeti, Courtney Bryan, and most recently with Pulitzer Prize finalist Ted Hearne in preparation for the LA Phil premiere of his oratorio PLACE. As a performer, he has had the great opportunity to perform at such venues as the Walt Disney Hall, REDCAT, and the Carlsbad Music Festival. As a collaborator, he has worked as vocal coach and performer for several opera productions, including the Southern California premiere of the Ned Rorem’s Our Town. Andrew attended the University of California, Irvine (BMus, 2017), and at the California Institute of the Arts (MFA, 2019), where he was recipient of the Fletcher Jones Foundation and Dumont Scholarships. His primary teachers have been Nina Scolnik and Vicki Ray. In addition to performing piano, Andrew teaches privately and is an aspirating piano technician.