Andrew graduated from Princeton University in 2015 with a B.A. in music specializing in musicology. Andrew sang with the University Chapel Choir, the PU Glee Club, and the Chamber Choir. He also studied keyboards and voice privately. He co-founded a choral-orchestral ensemble called Contrapunctus XIV which focuses on sacred music of the Renaissance and Baroque periods. In July 2017, Andrew attended a month-long National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute called J.S. Bach and the Music of the Reformation Churches at Moravian College.
Besides his interest in music, Andrew has a love for travel, languages, and linguistics. He is fully invested in the interdisciplinary, co-curricular philosophy of Trinity Hall, as he knows that music can be connected to all subjects from STEM to the Humanities.