Dr. Andrew Lenhart enjoys a wide-ranging career as a collaborative
pianist, vocal coach, teacher, music director, and minister of music.
He has appeared in concert with distinguished artists such as Areta
Zhulla, Stephen Clapp, Susanna Phillips, Paul Appleby, and Michelle
Areyzaga. Some of the venues he has performed at are Alice Tully Hall,
Severance Hall, and The Music in the Loft Concert Series in Chicago.
Andrew is a Visiting Professor, Vocal Coach and Collaborative Pianist at Grand Valley State University and the Director of Worship at Fellowship Christian Reformed Church in Grandville, MI. Previous faculty positions include Wheaton and Nyack Colleges. He was the music director for the Milwaukee Opera Theater's production of Donizetti's Don Pasquale and the vocal coach for the opera scenes program at the MasterWorks Festival. Additionally, he has served as a Minister of Music at a number of churches in New York and Michigan where he has directed choirs, worship bands, and musicals.
He holds a DMA in Collaborative Piano from the Juilliard School, an MM in Accompanying and Chamber Music from the University of Michigan, and a BM in Piano Performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music. His teachers include Margo Garrett, Martin Katz, Jonathan Feldman, Anne Epperson, and Olga Radosavljevich.