Andrew started his musical career as an organist and was awarded an organ scholarship to read music at Peterhouse, Cambridge. He subsequently turned to singing instead and joined Kings College Chapel Choir, singing for Nine Lessons and Carols broadcast around the world. After graduation, Andrew was appointed a Lay clerk at St John’s College Chapel Choir and later moved on to a Postgraduate Diploma in singing at Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester where he was the winner of the Brigette Fassbaender Prize for Lieder.
Andrew spent ten years in London as a freelance singer, working for most of the major consorts and ensembles including The Kings Consort, Le Concert D’Astree, Polyphony, Tenebrae, Philharmonia Voices and European Voices.
Solo opera work includes The Royal Opera House, Lille Opera and Opera North. He was also a regular member of the chorus at both the Royal Opera House and English National Opera performing in over 30 operas under the batons of Barenboim, Rattle, Pappano, Bychkov, Elder, Eliot Gardiner, Hogwood, Gardner and Wigglesworth.
Andrew taught singing for ten years at at The London Oratory School where he was the principal voice teacher for the Schola Cantorum, preparing the young members of the choir for Choral Scholarships at Oxford and Cambridge.In 2013 Andrew was appointed Vicar Choral at Wells Cathedral and sings in the daily services for the world famous choir. He is now the teacher of specialist singers at Wells Cathedral School, preparing students for music college and choral scholarships. As well as teaching, Andrew still travels to London to work at the Royal Opera House, most recently Verdi’s La Traviata.