Andrew Eng

Andrew Eng
aeng2@wellesley.edu
Music
A.R.C.T., Royal Conservatory of Music; M.M., Longy School of Music

Andrew Eng

Music Performance Faculty in Violin and Viola

Canadian violinist and violist Andrew Eng has gained a versatile reputation playing Classical, Tango, Jazz and Contemporary music. Classical New Jersey describes him as, “intense and powerfully emotional.”


Canadian violinist and violist Andrew Eng has gained a versatile reputation playing Classical, Tango, Jazz and Contemporary music. Classical New Jersey describes him as  “intense and powerfully emotional.” A founding member of A Far Cry Chamber Orchestra, Kalistos Chamber Orchestra, Mr. Eng also plays as the violinist for the Bernardo Monk Tango Quartet.

Engagements as featured soloist include performances on the Boston Celebrity Series, the Hart House Orchestra of Toronto, Cornell Symphony Orchestra, and the Lyrica Chamber Orchestra. As a recitalist and chamber musician, he has performed at the Mohawk Trails Concerts, with Camerata New England, Aurea Ensemble, Electric Earth, Lyrica Chamber Music and Marlboro College’s Music for a Sunday afternoon series. Andrew has collaborated as a soloist and chamber music with Elmar Oliveira, Eugene Drucker, Colin Carr, Terry King, Victor Rosenbaum, Daniel Binelli, and Diane Monroe.

Summer Festival appearances include Spoleto, Yellowbarn, Orford Arts Center, Le Domaine Forget, LyricaFest, Killington, Toronto Summer Music Festival and the Quartet Program at Bucknell University.

Eng has performed in two productions by the American Reperatory Theater, most recently playing the music of Alanis Morissette in the musical “Jagged Little Pill”, as well as the opera “Crossings” by Matt Aucoin which was featured at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in 2017.   

In 1998, Andrew received his A.R.C.T. Performer’s Certificate from the Royal Conservatory in Toronto, Canada, and then in 2003 and 2005 respectively received his Undergraduate Diploma in Performance and Master of Music in Modern American Music at the Longy School of Music as a student of Laura Bossert and Peter Cassino.