Andrew Noseworthy is a Canadian composer, guitarist and arranger, whose work focuses on creating a place for underplayed musical voices. His music addresses the struggles of accepting or rejecting 'locality', while drawing from experiences of isolation within his hometown of Labrador West, the tight-knit arts community of St John's, Newfoundland and the expansive scenes in New York City. He is a founding member the groups, “Transfer is Available”, “This Place is Actually the Worst”, and DIY label “people | places | records”; as well as a frequent collaborator of choreographers/dancers Angie Moon, Abraham Texidor Aguilera and Norberto Collazo. Andrew's previous mentors include Michael Gordon and Andrew Staniland. Andrew is currently a PhD student in Music Composition at Western University, studying with David Myska and Paul Frehner.
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