Andrey Stolyarov

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Andrey Stolyarov


Andrey Stolyarov is a Russian-born American composer, conductor, singer, and educator.

Dr. Stolyarov received his D.M.A. and M.M. degrees in music composition from The Hartt School, and his B.A. in music from Lehigh University. He has studied with a variety of renowned composers, including Steven Sametz, Paul Salerni,Gilda Lyons, Robert Carl, David Macbride, Ken Steen, Larry Alan Smith, Ofer Ben-Amots, Jan Jirasek, Steven Stucky, Tania Leon, and Aaron Jay Kernis.

His compositions have been performed nationally and internationally, with recent commissions by CONCORA, the Young New Yorker’s Chorus, the Bassless Trio, and the Alturas Duo. Andrey is Director of Music at West Avon Congregational Church in Avon, CT and Co-director of The Hartford New Music Festival.

Dr. Stolyarov is an adjunct music theory professor at The Hartt School, and is a private vocal instructor. He is an active professional singer currently performing with Voce, CONCORA, and the Composers’ Choir.

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