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Andrew is a passionate educator, and he counts his opportunities to connect with horn players around the world as one of his greatest honors.

Andrew currently focuses his teaching in three places: Invested Musician, the Colburn School of Music, and the Aspen Music Festival.

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Learning at Invested Musician

Invested Musician is the music and business coaching program developed by Andrew with his wife, Rupal. Since their flagship program in the summer of 2020, they have helped scores of musicians from high school to professional with audition preparation, mental training, business planning, and even taxes.

Offering online enrollment each season, Invested Musician is available to musicians around the world. Andrew and Rupal also offer free workshops on the Invested Musician YouTube channel.

To learn more about the Invested Musician program, read more here.

Learning at Colburn

The Colburn School of Music is located in downtown Los Angeles, right next to Walt Disney Concert Hall. The conservatory offers Bachelor of Music, Master of Music, and other diploma programs for young musicians.

Performing opportunities for students include the Colburn Orchestra, chamber groups, school forums, contemporary ensemble, Baroque ensemble, and masterclasses—in addition to private lessons, of course. Students also perform in multiple solo and studio recitals.

To learn more about applying to Colburn, read more here.

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Learning at Aspen

The Aspen Music Festival and School hosts summer study and performance for young musicians in the mountains just a few hours outside Denver, Colorado.


In addition to access to all of the festival's concerts, students enjoy private lessons, studio and master classes, and a variety or orchestral and chamber performing opportunities. Andrew is a long-time horn faculty member of the Aspen Festival, where he has also been a featured soloist.

To learn about working with Andrew at Aspen, read more here.

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