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Andrew Dicker is an active musician and teacher in Kingston. Currently he performs with The Kingston Symphony, The Kingston Baroque Consort, The Melos Baroque Orchestra, Orchestra Kingston where he serves as concertmaster, and with The Kingston Piano Trio. He has also performed with The Quinte Symphony as principal 2nd violin, The Niagara Gallery Players, The New Bedford Symphony, The Atlantic Symphony, and The Toronto Lyric Opera. 


In addition to his performing career, Andrew is a passionate educator. He offers private violin lessons at his home studio. Through his teaching, Andrew shares his expertise to students of all ages and proficiency levels. As an orchestral violin coach he leads string sectionals with the Kingston Youth Orchestra and Orchestra Kingston. His dedication to teaching has earned him a large and active studio in Kingston.


He received his Master of Music degree from Boston University and his Bachelor of Music degree at the University of Toronto. During his studies he had the privilege of learning from esteemed professors Bayla Keyes, Timothy Ying, and Jacques Israelievitch. He is also deeply grateful for the unwavering support of the teachers from his youth, Karma Tomm, Stelth Ng, and Eric Watson. Furthermore, he acknowledges the invaluable mentorship he has received from Leah Roseman and Rhonda Rider.

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