Andrew Huish is a church musician, conductor, composer, and accompanist. He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in church music from Bob Jones University, with emphases in voice and choral conducting respectively. He has completed additional graduate studies in choral conducting at Westminster Choir College.
Andrew is the music director of Bible Baptist Church (Matthews, NC), where he plans and leads the worship services. Also music director of Bible Baptist Christian School, his choirs have received several awards in state contests, as well as first place at the AACS National Fine Arts Competition (2018).
As a composer, Andrew has studied with Dan Forrest and Joan Pinkston. In 2017 he was the recipient of the John Ness Beck Choral Composition Award for his composition "The First Noel."
In addition, Andrew serves as the choral accompanist for the Chorale and the Chamber Singers at Queens University in Charlotte, NC.
Andrew is a member of the American Choral Directors Association, and he and his wife Stephanie reside in Matthews, NC.