Andrey Stolyarov is a Russian-born American composer, conductor, singer, and educator. Most recently, he was chosen as a finalist in the Young New Yorkers’ Chorus New Music Competition, and was commissioned to write a new piece, Found, for the YNYC Women’s Ensemble, which was premiered in April of 2017, In 2016, his work Out of the depths for mixed choir, treble choir, organ, and orchestra won the 2016 John Kuzma Young Composers Award. His piece Ebb & Flow won first prize at the 2014 ISAM Festival Joseph Dorfman International Composition Competition in Ochsenhausen, Germany. Additionally, Andrey was a finalist in the 2016 and 2014 ASCAP Morton Gould competitions, the 2014 Khorikos ensemble’s ORTUS competition, an honorable mention in the 2015 American Prize choral division, and a semifinalist in the 2015 American Prize chamber division. Andrey is currently pursuing doctoral studies in music composition at The Hartt School in West Hartford, CT. He is Co-director of The Hartford New Music Festival, Director of Music at West Avon Congregational Church in Avon, CT, Artistic Director of NoteNova Publishing, and is currently a substitute adjunct music theory professor at The Hartt School. Previously, a he was a graduate music theory teaching fellow and the director of the Composer’s Ensemble Chorus at The Hartt School, as well as Composer-in-Residence at The Unitarian Society of Hartford. He is an active professional singer in the Greater Hartford area, currently performing with CONCORA, Voce, and Novi Cantori and is a private voice instructor and Connecticut Music Educators Association (CMEA) judge. To listen to his music, look for Andrey on Youtube and Soundcloud. Andrey is published under Darushkii Publishing and NoteNova Publishing.



April 29th, 2017 – Story Time, YNYC Women’s Ensemble – 7PM – St. Michael’s Church 225 W 99th St, New York, NY 10025-5014, United States

This dramatic performance will feature stories of humor, fantasy, loss, memory, and fantasy, told by Opera Choruses, Madrigals and Folk Ballads. This concert will also feature YNYC’s Competition for Young Composers, representing the best new music for Women’s Choir. On the program – Found (world premiere)

December 8th, 2016 – Christmas Vespers – 4PM & 7PM – Packer Chapel, Lehigh University, 27 Memorial Dr. West, Bethlehem, PA 18017

Annual Christmas Vespers concert by Lehigh University Choral Arts. On the program – A Lullaby (world premiere)

April 24th, 2016 – Cloud Messenger – 5PM – Montview Presbyterian Church, 1980 Dahlia Street, Denver, CO 80220

Spring concert with the Choirs and Orchestra of Montview. On the program – Out of the depths (winner of the John Kuzma Young Composers Award; world premiere)

April 30th, 2016 – Visions for Viola – 2PM – The Hartt School, 200 Bloomfield Ave, West Hartford, CT 06117

Violist Lauren Perala is presenting a recital of newly composed pieces for viola. On the program – Night Dances (world premiere)

April 30th, 2016New Voices – 5PM – West Avon Congregational Church, 280 Country Club Rd, Avon, CT 06001

Baritone Andrey Stolyarov and pianist Mark Ceppetelli are presenting a recital of newly composed art songs. On the program – Behold – darkness (world premiere)

May 1st, 2016 – LU Wind Ensemble: From the Past to the Future – 3PM – Zoellner Arts Center, 420 E Packer Ave, Bethlehem, PA 18015

Drawing on the rich musical heritage of Lehigh, the group presents a special sesquicentennial program of wind band music highlighting works from historical eras of the university. David Diggs, director. On the program – -in a noisy world- (world premiere)

May 1st, 2016 – Allison Hughes’ Senior Recital – 8PM – The Hartt School, 200 Bloomfield Ave, West Hartford, CT 06117

Flautist Allison Hughes will be presenting her final recital at The Hartt School. On the program – the structure (featuring Benjamin Rauch, counter tenor ; world premiere)

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