ANDREW MOSES is a fourteen-year-old freshman at Laurel Springs School. He has appeared on From the Top on NPR and is a recipient of the Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Award. As a clarinet student of Dr. Margaret Thornhill, Andrew was a top prizewinner at the Midland National Young Artist Competition, and he took second prize in the 2012 International Clarinet Association High School Competition (the highest placing American as well as the youngest). He has appeared as concerto soloist with the Torrance Symphony Orchestra as winner of their Young Artist Competition, with the Los Angeles Clarinet Choir and the Pasadena Youth Chamber Orchestra, and he has four times been concerto soloist with the Glendale Youth Orchestra, having performed as a concerto soloist in Walt Disney Concert Hall. This past season he gave ten solo clarinet recitals throughout Southern California under the auspices of the Beverly Hills Auditions. Andrew was recently named a Junior Affiliate of iPalpiti Artists International. He has performed as part of the acclaimed Yellow Barn Festival in Vermont, with the Colburn School Honors Woodwind Quintet, and he has held the role of Assistant Conductor of the Glendale Youth Orchestra while studying conducting with Brad Keimach. When not composing, conducting, or playing clarinet, he may be found working towards his third degree black belt in taekwondo, serving the community with his youth group, running with his dog, or eating frozen fruit.