Andrew was variously choral and organ scholar at Newport Cathedral, Monmouth School and and Wells Cathedral, then studied music at Magdalen College, Oxford.
After achieving First Class Honours, he spent two years at Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford before taking up his current place singing tenor in Winchester Cathedral Choir.
Andrew is also in demand as a soloist both in sacred and secular music: recent engagements have included Stainer’s Crucifixion, Schubert’s Winterreise, the roles of First Priest and First Armed Man in Mozart’s Die Zauberflote, and Hyllus in Handel’s Hercules.
Besides singing, Andrew can regularly be heard as an accompanist, both on the organ (having achieved his ARCO in 2010) and as a pianist (most recently in recital of Schumann’s Dichterliebe and Britten’s Winter Words).
In his spare time Andrew is an avid sports fan, particularly following the fortunes of Chelsea, Welsh rugby and any sort of cricket.