I am grateful to have sponsors that support my career. Zildjian has been a constant in my career since 2004 and I am honored to showcase their beautiful cymbals as I perform internationally. In 2019 I was added to the artist roster and recently I have been blessed with an artist page on their website. Click the Zildjian Logo below to find out more about the Zildjian company and some of my favorite cymbals that they have to offer.
During the Fall semester, Andrew prepared the 2020 PAS International Percussion Ensemble Winners for a one of a kind recording. Johanna Beyer is the first known female composer of the percussion ensemble. Her works deal heavily with 20th century music and was forgotten until the 1980’s. Thanks to Frog Peak Music, much of Johanna’s music is now on sale and available for performance. Conducted and directed by Andrew Barlow, here is Op. 14 performed by the UNCG Percussion Ensemble.
The UNCG Percussion ensemble, under the direction of Dr. Eric Willie, Andrew Barlow, and Xin Yin, have been chosen to perform at the 2020 IPEC Showcase Concert.
Due to COVID 19 restrictions, the annual PASIC convention has been moved on line and the UNCG Percussion will be performing at PASIC 2021. Click here to view part of their Fall 2020 Percussion Ensemble Concert.
In an effort to provide music materials suitable for virtual learning and classes with variable instrumentation, a consortium was formed to commission 8 original works and 2 full fundamentals programs for flex band at the MS and HS levels. Click here for more details!
The Percussive Arts Society (PAS) welcomes Andrew Barlow to the Composition Committee. PAS has 16 standing committees that address specific areas of percussion performance, research, education, pedagogy and the percussion community. PAS committees play an essential role in advancing percussion through the development and dissemination of the latest information, research and initiatives. Beginning in the Fall of 2020 Andrew will assist The Composition Committee contribute original compositions to Rhythm! Scene, presents panel discussions at PASIC, and promote the creation of new works and education for percussion composition.