Nick Andrew has been performing in choirs and studying vocal technique and repertoire for nearly twenty years, studying with prominent Canadian musicians such as Ardelle Reis, Milton Schlosser, Kathleen Corcoran, and Heather Meyers as he worked towards a degree in Voice Performance from the University of Alberta Augustana. He has performed as a soloist as well as with and in various choirs across Alberta, BC, throughout Western Canada, and Europe.
Nick Andrew has sung as a soloist in recital and as soloist and chorister for various choral works including as Tenor soloist in “Messiah” (Handel; Richard Eaton Singers), Uriel in “The Creation” (Haydn; U of A Augustana Choir), Tenor soloist in “When Icicles Hang” (Rutter; U of A Augustana Choir), as the title operatic role in “Dido and Aeneas” (Purcell; U of A Augustana Choir), as well as in in several collaborative performances of operatic scenes and art song. He has worked with several celebrated groups including the Augustana Choir, The Alberta Youth Choir, Chor Leoni Men's Choir, and Laudate Singers and with some of Canada's top musicians from across Canada including Roger Admiral (Piano), Trevor Sanders (Guitar), Jeremy Spurgeon (Organ) and Judith Forst (Mezzo Soprano).
Nick Andrew is a budding classical music composer, and instrumentalist (with a particular fondness for piano and percussion), and is a member of SOCAN. He is an advocate for human rights and equality and has done work with awareness and promotion of dialogue in regards to human rights issues, particularly gender issues, queer discourse, sexual diversity, bisexuality and bi spectrum issues, racial and religious discrimination and hate crime/hate based discrimination.