Minneapolis-based pianist Andrew Sun enjoys a varied career as a performing artist and arts administrator. Currently Executive Manager at Minnesota Opera, he was previously a Resident Artist pianist and vocal coach with the same company for two seasons. Andrew has served on the coaching staff of Berkshire Opera Festival and Manhattan School of Music and has recently been engaged as a conductor for St. Croix Valley Opera. He is also an alum of the Merola Opera Program and Music Academy of the West, where he won the 2018 Marilyn Horne Song Competition with mezzo-soprano Kelsey Lauritano. Their winners’ recital tour featured the world premiere of Without Music by Ricky Ian Gordon in performances at National Sawdust, Dame Myra Hess Concert Series at the Chicago Cultural Center, and LSO St. Luke’s in London, UK. Andrew has also been featured by Carnegie Hall on their Neighborhood Concerts series. In 2012, he performed the radio broadcast premiere of the then newly-discovered Albumblatt by Johannes Brahms, for which he is cited in the Bärenreiter edition. Andrew holds degrees from New York University and Manhattan School of Music.