ANDIE TANNING SPRINGER
Andie Springer is a violinist specializing in new and experimental music and theater. She is a founding member of and violinist in the ensembles Redshift, TRANSIT and Hotel Elefant, and has also performed with the Wordless Music Orchestra, David Byrne, and many others. In 2016 James Moore and Andie Springer released their premiere album "Gertrudes" on New World Records. 2017 will see the release of "Dandelion," an audio-visual album of music for violin, voice, electronics and video. Andie is active in the theater through her work with New York City Players and Object Collection, whose pieces resulted in performances around the globe on mandolin, accordion, electric bass, percussion and voice. A native of Alaska, Andie is the Music Director and cofounder of Wild Shore New Music — a presenting organization dedicated to bringing adventurous new chamber music to the communities in and around Kachemak Bay, Alaska — and the New Music Coordinator of the Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival.
Andie earned her BFA at Carnegie Mellon University with Professor Andres Cardenes, and her MFA at New York University with Professor Arturo Delmoni. She enjoys teaching and is currently on the faculty the Larchmont Music Academy and St. Lukes School.
"The best joining of human and machine since RoboCop." - I Care If You Listen
"Model new-music citzen," -The New York Times