Andrew Nunn MMus, BMus (Hons)
24 year old Andrew holds an MMus and a BMus(Hons) from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. He is currently working for a Masters in conducting specialising in choral music, studying conducting with Alasdair Mitchell and singing with Gordon Wilson.
In February 2012 Andrew became the first Student Conductor of the National Youth Choir of Scotland, helping to prepare the flagship SATB choir for performances at the BBC Proms and the Edinburgh International Festival.
In October 2012 Andrew conducted the National Training Choir of Scotland in a performance at the Usher Hall, Edinburgh and members of the National Youth Choir of Scotland in a performance at the SECC Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow.
In September 2011, Andrew was awarded The Sir Alexander Gibson Memorial Fellowship for Choral Conductors with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra Chorus, working alongside chorus director Timothy Dean.
Andrew has prepared and conducted the Royal Conservatoire Chamber Choir in a recording of new work Scotland Behold and in a concert in celebration of the 117th anniversary of the birth of composer Peter Warlock. He is currently working on the RCS and Scottish Opera joint production of Benjamin Britten’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, preparing the Children’s Chorus for performances in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness.
Andrew is Musical Director of the highly acclaimed Les Sirènes Female Chamber Choir which he led to victory, winning the 2012 Choir of the Year Competition. He is also the conductor of the Thomas Coats Memorial Choral Society and Hutcheson’s Choral Society, Director of Choirs at the East Glasgow Music School, Conductor of the Carlisle Community Choir, Assistant Tutor for the Yorkshire Youth Choir and Conductor of the Junior Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Chamber Choir.