Andrew Senn

A graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music, Andrew Senn is Organist/Pianist at KI. He also serves as Director of Music and Organist at The First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, where he directs the professional chancel choir, the volunteer parish choir and a dynamic and growing concert series. Following his studies with John Weaver at The Curtis, Andrew spent a year as Organ Scholar at Truro Cathedral in England. As a conductor, he has led acclaimed performances of Handel's Messiah, Poulenc's Concerto for Organ, Strings and Timpani, Britten's Saint Nicolas, Bach's B minor mass and Duruflé's Requiem. As an organ recitalist, he has performed numerous concerts in notable venues across the United States, England and Germany. As an ensemble player, he has performed with the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia and the Philadelphia Singers. Andrew is passionately devoted to the organ and aims to make the instrument and its music accessible to everyone. In his spare time, he enjoys food, fine cars, Harley-Davidson motorcycles and people.