Andrew is choral conductor and passionate about seeing choral singing strengthened throughout Scotland. He studied conducting whilst at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland with Alasdair Mitchell and Michael Bawtree. He has worked alongside Ilan Volkof with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Christopher Bell and the National Youth Choir of Scotland and also with James MacMillan, Glasgow Male Voice Choir and The Roslin Ensemble. Andrew currently is the Musical DIrector of Ayr Choral Union, Greenock Philharmonic Choir and Chorus Master of the Cumncok Tryst Festival Chorus. He was the founder and a director of Caledonian Voices and was the Musical Director of Troon Chorus from August 2005 to April 2012. After spending Easter 2010 as Assistant in training to Christopher Bell he was the co-director of East Renfrewshire Boys Choir during its first year and is the Conductor of the Junior Corps of the National Youth Choir of Scotland’s Boys Choir.