Andrew is a prolific arranger of choral music and original composer.

Please see the ‘full list’ of compositions that are available.

His oratorio, ‘Songs of Hope and Creation’, is suitable for a choir from about 40 singers through to a large choral society, and features an orchestra of 12 different parts plus soprano and tenor soloists. It reflects Andrew’s diverse musical interests, including classical, jazz and gospel movements, and was written to provide choirs with a modern and relevant score which is accessible to both singers and today’s audiences. The work draws on some traditional texts, including the Lord’s Prayer and The Grace, but also includes poetry written specifically for the piece. Find out more about Songs of Hope and Creation, and listen to excerpts.

The Seven Joys Carol Collection’ - a set of seven carols for choir and harp (or piano) - may be performed as individual Christmas songs or as a set. They particularly complement Britten'’s Ceremony of Carols in a Christmas choral programme.

'Mass for Life', a mass setting in the jazz style, is written for choir and may be accompanied either piano-only, with jazz quintet or with full big band. Suitable for either liturgical or concert performance, the piece promises to be one of the most successful of its genre. In 2013, Andrew completed his 5 Jazz Psalms, scored for choir with piano-only, jazz quartet or full big band. Both the mass and the psalms were performed to a packed Exeter Cathedral in October 2013 in a concert billed 'Swing His Praises'. With over 100 singers and AJ's Big Band performing, a standing ovation was followed by an encore performance of 'I Will Praise the Lord' (Psalm 3) which had the audience clapping and dancing in the aisles. Sensational.