Fifteen Minutes of Fame: with Andrew White

Dr. Andrew White currently serves on the voice faculty of the University of Nebraska at Kearney. He holds a Bachelors and a Masters Degree, as well as an Artist Diploma and Doctorate from The Cleveland Institute of Music/Case Western Reserve University. Previous faculty positions include Indiana University of Pennsylvania, The University of Akron, Hiram College, Lake Erie College, Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory of Music, and Ashland University. In 1995 he made his New York debut in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in a program devoted to the songs of Frederick Koch with the composer at the piano. Ken Smith of New York Concert Review hailed Andrew White as "…a formidable interpreter… Every song composer should be so lucky with collaborators."

Set selections for Andrew White

  • First Set - Baritone Solo
    presenting composers: Jean-Patrick Besingrand, David Bohn, George Brandon, Doug Davis, Arthur Gottschalk, Eric Knechtges, Amanda McCullough, Mike McFerron, Jonathan B. McNair, Casey Rule, Juan María Solare, José Jesus de Azevedo Souza, Stephen Stanziano, Christopher M. Wicks, and David Wolfson
  • Second Set - With or Without Electronics
    presenting composers: Andrew Haile Austin, Justin Blackburn, David Bohn, Anruo Cheng, Burton Goldstein, Sarai Hillman, John Link, Fiona Linnane, Andres R. Luz, Darleen Mitchell, Ken Paoli, Silvia Simons, William Vollinger, Blair Whittington, and David Wolfson