Instructor of Clarinet, Interlochen Arts Camp
Principal Clarinet, Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra
Performance Diploma, clarinet performance, New England Conservatory of Music
Scott Andrews has been critically acclaimed in performances around the world. A clarinetist in great demand, he has appeared as a guest artist with the Ying, Borromeo, Biava, and Arianna String Quartets, the Calyx Piano Trio, and the Boston Symphony Chamber Players, among many others. He is an avid proponent of new music, regularly commissioning and performing works by composers of today.
Mr. Andrews was appointed Principal Clarinet of the St. Louis Symphony in 2005. Prior, he was a member of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. He is the founder/director of The Missouri Chamber Music Festival, and regularly performs at the Seiji Ozawa Matsumoto Festival. Mr. Andrews has taught at Boston Conservatory, the Walnut Hill School, and the Tanglewood Music Center.
Originally from Virginia, he spent his high school summers at the Interlochen Arts Camp, and then studied clarinet with Harold Wright at the New England Conservatory of Music .