Andrew Kosinski

Composer & conductor

Composer and conductor Andrew Kosinski has been praised for his "virtuosic, turbid musical language" and "efficient and effective use of time." His compositions, described as "a stunning exercise in visual theater," have been commissioned, performed, and recorded by artists across Europe, Asia, and the United States by performers such as The United States Army Band "Pershing's Own", Peabody Concert Orchestra, Monmouth Symphony Orchestra, Voices of Change, Patagonia Winds, Quinception, violin soloist Tim Fain, Philadelphia Orchestra piccoloist Erica Peel, and pianist Jihye Chang.

Kosinski's music has been broadcast on 103.3 WPRB Princeton "Classical Discoveries," and was included on the CD New & Old Music for Clavichord from Glass Bottom Studios. His works have earned him multiple awards including winner of the Voices of Change Composition Competition, finalist for the ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composer Award, and Best Music Composer in the Tokyo Film Awards. In his role as staff arranger for The United States Army Band "Pershing's Own," Kosinski regularly composes and arranges music for occasions ranging from public concerts to presidential inaugurations. Kosinski currently serves as the conducting fellow with the Montgomery Philharmonic for the 2023-2025 seasons.

Kosinski earned his degrees in composition at the Peabody Conservatory and Rutgers University. His composition mentors include Kevin Puts, Robert Aldridge, Scott Ordway, and Amanda Harberg.