About Andrew Norman

Andrew Norman is a celebrated American composer renowned for his innovative contributions to contemporary classical music. With a keen ear for intricate rhythms, dynamic structures, and vivid orchestrations, Norman’s compositions captivate audiences worldwide.

A finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Music and a recipient of prestigious awards such as the Guggenheim Fellowship and the Rome Prize, Andrew Norman’s talent and creativity have garnered widespread acclaim. His works, commissioned by esteemed orchestras and institutions globally, have been performed in renowned concert halls and festivals, leaving an indelible mark on the classical music landscape.

From the playful and imaginative “Play” to the evocative symphonic journey of “The Companion Guide to Rome,” Norman’s compositions reflect his distinctive voice and boundless imagination. With a repertoire that transcends boundaries and defies convention, he continues to push the boundaries of classical music, inspiring audiences and fellow musicians alike.

As a composer-in-residence with leading orchestras and a sought-after collaborator, Andrew Norman’s influence extends beyond the concert hall. His commitment to fostering the next generation of composers and musicians underscores his dedication to the future of classical music.

Join us in celebrating the extraordinary talent and creativity of Andrew Norman, a visionary composer shaping the soundscape of the 21st century.