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Andrew Koutroubas, is a multi-instrumentalist specializing in baroque cello. He is an active performer and teacher interested in art and folk music spanning antiquity to the present. Andrew has performed with Grammy-winning Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra, Boston Camerata, critically acclaimed Horszowski Trio, Ars Lyrica Houston, Dramatic Voices Berlin in Germany, New England Symphony, Fenway Quartet and Boston String Quartet. Andrew received the Virginia Payton Bacon Scholarship for artistic and academic excellence during his studies at the Longy School of Music, and was chosen to be the recipient of the Creativity Foundation's 'Legacy Award' in Washington D.C.  

An international performer, Andrew has been heard throughout the United States, and in Germany, Greece, Turkey and Russia. Andrew has performed in major venues such as Zilke Hall, Mechanic's Hall, Sanders Theater, Faneuil Hall, the Massachusetts State House, Capitol Center for the Arts, Kresge Auditorium, Pickman Hall, and M. Steinert & Sons Recital Hall to name a few. He also enjoys intimate concert settings and can often be heard playing in old  town halls and taverns throughout Southern New Hampshire. 

With a passionate curiosity for the cross-cultural influences of folk and art music, Andrew travelled to the village of Xoudetsi, on the island of Crete, in 2019 to study music of different modal traditions.

An educator, Andrew has extensive experience teaching students of all ages, abilities and backgrounds. With over ten years of

one-on-one, small group and class-size teaching experience, Andrew is proud to have taught students from all walks of life. His main goal as a teacher is to facilitate a positive experience with music, and and to teach his students to eventually become their own teacher. His students have been accepted into the All-State Festival Orchestra, music programs at the Berklee School of Music in Boston, Ithaca College in New York and the University of New Hampshire.

From 2017-2019, Andrew served as the music and strings program director, at the Pine Hill Waldorf school in Wilton, New Hampshire. Andrew continues to be involved in music education and music making at the Pine Hill School as well as in the Monadnock region at large, where he maintains a flourishing studio of private cello and beginner violin students. 

A motivating factor for Andrew’s musical activities comes from his desire to share the healing qualities of music and help facilitate an inward sensitivity. Andrew’s ultimate goal as a musician is to help service to the soul in ways only music can. 

Andrew completed his graduate studies in historical performance at the Longy School of Music of Bard College in Cambridge Massachusetts in 2021, and holds Master of Music degree in baroque cello.

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