Andrew Dyet is an emerging composer with a wide range of influences. His concert music moves between jazz and classical often blending the two genres together. While he has composed for traditional ensembles in both classical and jazz, Andrew has also explored experimental avenues acoustically and electronically.
In the summer of 2018, Andrew spent 10 weeks in the Baldwin Wallace Summer Scholars Program composing a ten-movement piece for tenor and bowed piano ensemble. He also spends time creating algorithmic ambient music under the pseudonym “Necessary Provisions,” often collaborating with other artists. Andrew continues to explore new avenues of music and bringing new influences from around the world into his music.
Andrew received a Double Bachelor of Music in Composition and History & Literature from the Baldwin Wallace Conservatory of Music in 2019. He has had multiple premieres, including the premiere of Moglotrevo by the Baldwin Wallace Symphonic Orchestra in the Spring of 2019 and Urban Streets by the Baldwin Wallace Jazz Ensemble in the Spring of 2016. Andrew will pursue a graduate degree at the California Institute of the Arts in the Fall of 2019.