Associate in Performance, Music
Lang Music Building 405
Andrew Hauze has taught at Swarthmore since 2006. He conducts the College Orchestra and Wind Ensemble, teaches classes in conducting, orchestration, and music theory, and serves as the college's Concert Manager. He is a graduate of the Helen F. Whitaker Fund Conducting Program at the Curtis Institute of Music, and holds the degrees of Bachelor of Arts in Music from Swarthmore College and Associate of Arts from Bard College at Simon's Rock. From 2009-2012 he was Minister of Music at Church of the Holy Trinity in West Chester, Pennsylvania. He has also served as a vocal coach at the Bryn Mawr Conservatory of Music and for the CoOperative Program at Westminster Choir College, in addition to four summers as an accompanist for the Florence Voice Seminar in Italy. Andrew holds the Fellowship and Choirmaster certifications from the American Guild of Organists. In 2009 he received the Associate Prize from the A.G.O. for highest national score on that examination, and in 2011 he received the FAGO prize and the S. Louis Elmer Award for highest national examination score overall. His principal teachers have included Dennis Sweigart, Shelley Moorman-Stahlman, Anne Chamberlain, Albert Sly, Marcantonio Barone, Otto-Werner Mueller, and Jeffrey Brillhart.