Over years of music making Andrew has built a wide knowledge of repertoire across many styles and genres.

The headings and highlighted text below provide lists of works Andrew has performed. Enjoy exploring.

Late 19th and 20th Century British Choral Music

Andrew grew up in Gloucestershire, the county which hosted and inspired many of England's greatest 20th century choral composers. As a boy he sang in Gloucester Cathedral Choir and at the world renowned Three Choirs Festival. He continued his choral training at Magdalen College, Oxford before being appointed lay clerk at St George's Windsor. Unsurprisingly his immersion in British choral music has resulted in a passion for this repertoire.

European Renaissance Polyphony

Andrew's knowledge of this repertory is built upon years of singing and studying under the direction of many leaders in the field including Dr Owen Rees, Dr David Skinner, Dr Stephen Rice, Dr David Trendell, Peter Phillips and Dr David Allinson.

Contemporary Music

Performance of contemporary works has always played an important part in Andrew's performing repertoire. As a result of performing works by his teachers and contemporaries, and singing in the first ten seasons of the London Festival of Contemporary Church Music, he has participated in over 60 world premieres. 

Modern premieres and reconstructions

Since producing his first critical editions and conducting their performance, Andrew has been fascinated by singing rediscovered works or taking part in re-created performances.

Everything else

With experience encompassing Icelandic folk songs to African spirituals, Donizetti to Schoenberg, neumes to graphic scores, Andrew is always ready to broaden his experiences and explore new musical horizons. He also enjoys glees, madrigals, barbershop and catches.