Andrew Byrne is a singing teacher recently relocated from NYC to Nashville. His studio is made up of professional musical theatre performers, and his students have been seen in over 75 Broadway shows. Andrew also has several Broadway credits himself, including the pit orchestra for Les Misèrables.
Andrew has served on creative teams for The Sundance Theatre Lab, Yale Repertory Theatre, North Shore Musical Theatre, and many others. On television, he has worked as a vocal coach for America’s Got Talent and Penny Dreadful: City of Angels (Showtime).
Twice named NYC’s favorite vocal coach in the Backstage Readers’ Choice Awards, Andrew travels the world to bring his brand of brain-focused training to singers across the globe. In 2016, he was appointed by the U.S. State Department as the first Arts Envoy to the nation of Belarus, where he led the inaugural Russian-language production of the Pulitzer-Prize-winning Next to Normal. Andrew’s side project is songwriting, where his work has been seen in feature films (IMDB page) and in prominent online sources such as Seth Rudetsky’s “Obsessed” series. His youtube channel has over 1.2 million views, and his parody of Heisler and Goldrich’s “Taylor the Latte Boy” is his greatest hit.
Andrew holds a Master of Music degree in vocal pedagogy from Arizona State University and a Bachelor of Music in voice from Western Michigan University. He is also a master practitioner of Z-Health, a program of functional applied neuroscience for athletic trainers.