Andrew Moore is a composer, arranger and conductor from Northern Ireland. Andrew’s compositional journey began aged thirteen when he started writing for the piano. Since then he has performed various piano compositions in Ballyclare high school and around Northern Ireland. Alongside the piano Andrew loves to write for the voice and larger ensembles and was commissioned to compose The Mournes for the EA Youth Orchestra. Similarly he was commissioned to write an electronic choral fusion piece (Don’t Cry) for his school choir in 2017. Since coming to England in 2017 Andrew has written for numerous ensembles at Royal Holloway including the RHUL Shakespeare society, the RHUL history department and the Choir of Royal Holloway. He was part of the 2019/20 cohort for the university’s ‘Picture Gallery Composer in Residence’ scheme. With a keen interest in composition for media Andrew has undertaken work experience with ScoreDrawMusic where he composed for kid’s shows, advertisements and I worked on sound design for a BBC programme, ‘Cops on the front Line.’ Other compositional highlights include three pieces (The Lamb, Ani Ma’amin and Empty Seats) being workshopped and recorded by the National Youth Choir of Great Britain and regular writing for students. With an aim to always say something in his music Andrew often reflects on his home and the social and political tensions, often using music as his voice and vehicle for reflection.You can contact Andrew via email at or subscribe to his YouTube channel to hear more music and keep up to date on new developments.