Kenneth B. Andrews
SUNY Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus
Kenneth Andrews is the former Associate Principal Flute with the Montreal Symphony and has performed as soloist and chamber musician throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. At Crane, Professor Andrews performed with the Potsdam Woodwind Quintet. Professor Andrews received his B.M., M.M. and Performer's Certificate from Indiana University where he studied with flutist James Pellerite and has done further studies in conducting with Dr. Karl Ahrendt. A former faculty member at Indiana University, Ohio University among others. Mr. Andrews is currently Music Director/Conductor for The Orchestra of Northern New York. Professor Andrews retired from The Crane School of Music in 2019.