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December 16, 2011 - Andrew is proud to announce the release of A Symphony of Hope: The Haiti Project. This is a musical fundraising project which was designed to help the people of Haiti in their desperate time of need. Symphony of Hope is a collaboration by 25 of today's leading Oscar, Tony, Grammy and Emmy winning composers to benefit Haiti Earthquake Relief. The collaboration began with an original Haitian melody, then each composer contributed an additional 8-32 bars of music to the piece and passed it along to the next composer. Andrew is joined by several top composers who donated all of their talent, time, and services. All proceeds from the sale of this CD will go directly to our partner charity organization Hands Together in order to best serve the needs of the people of Haiti. Listen to Andrew's contribution to the symphony.

November 1, 2010 - Andrew is proud to announce the television premier of his most recent project, NOVA: Secrets of Stonehenge, which will be airing November 16th on PBS. The documentary sets out to answer the mystery, "Who built Stonehenge and for what purpose?" Andrew teamed with long-time collaborator Gil Talmi to create this mythological and magical score. Andrew and Gil previously worked on NOVA's The Mummy Who Would Be King, which won an Emmy Award for outstanding writing. For more information, please visit PBS.org.

May 17, 2010 - Andrew is excited to be participating in a recording project to raise money for the victims in Haiti. Organized by composer Christopher Lennertz (Alvin and the Chipmunks), Andrew is joined by several top composers that include Hans Zimmer, John Debney, Geroge S. Clinton, Tyler Bates, Don Davis and Chris Young. Centered around one of Haiti's most famous folk melodies "Wongolo," each composer will add 8-24 bars of music which will develop and extend the tune, before passing it on to the next composer. Once finished, it will be recorded by LA studio musicians this summer.

May 1, 2010 - Andrew recently completed music for the Travel Channel pilot, Big In Japan. Starring former NFL football player Bob Sapp, the show follows his extreme celebrity status in Japan as a mixed martial arts fighter. Andrew has blended traditional Japanese instruments with hip-hop, rock, and pop to create a musical backdrop that reflects the East meeting the West.


In the Press


Here's a few examples where Andrew was in the press!

The Hollywood Reporter: Page 1 | Page 2

Apple.com Pro Music: "Music Fit for a King"

Soundgeek.com: "Review of Forfeit Soundtrack"