Andrew Koss (b. 1994) is a New York City based composer and saxophonist. His work reflects a passion for exploring unique timbre and harmony in an engaging and approachable context. He also is influenced by funk and jazz idioms. His music has been performed at the International Saxophone Symposium in Fairfax, VA and the 2017 National Trumpet Competition in Denver, CO. As a saxophonist, Andrew is an active performer and advocate of new music. He has studied under Keith Young and Paul Cohen. Andrew holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Theory and Composition from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. At IUP he studied Composition under David Martynuik and John Levey. Andrew holds a Master’s Degree in Theory and Composition at New York University, he studied under Robert Honstein and Julia Wolfe.