Andrew Tait

Andrew studied as an undergraduate at the Guildhall School of Music, London, followed by postgraduate studies at the Franz Liszt Academy, Budapest, and Trinity College of Music, London where he researched the reception of JS Bach on the modern piano.
He was a founding member of the Onovo Trio whose successes included winning prizes at international Chamber Music competitions.


Andrew’s performing activities are diverse and extensive including working as a ‘pop’ musician. He has performed throughout the world, from Sweden to South America, and has provided music, both in the UK and abroad, for television, radio and film.

Although Andrew’s main professional activities are as a classical pianist, he enjoys directing and arranging choral music, and works with variety of vocal ensembles as a repetiteur.  He has been directing Koruso! Southwark Community Choir since 2011.