Hailed as a “singer’s dream” by Gramophone Magazine, pianist Andrew Stewart has given thousands of performances across a wide spectrum of musical genres. Also on the music faculty at Goucher College, he has played at venues including the Lyric Performing Arts Center, An Die Musik, the Engineers Club and the War Memorial (Baltimore); Sidney Harman Hall and American University’s Greenberg Theatre (Washington, D.C.); Maryland Hall for Creative Arts and the Maryland State House (Annapolis); Opera America (New York City); Cal Poly Performing Arts Center and the Berkeley Piano Club (California); and Sala San Gregorio, Sala San Paolo and La Sala della Conciliazione in Assisi, Italy. He has also performed with the San Luis Obispo County Symphony, the St Louis Parish Orchestra, Howard County Concert Orchestra, and the Annapolis Chamber Orchestra, and performed on Maryland Public Television, WBAL News Radio, and jWASH.net. He is a longstanding accompanist for both the Maryland Opera Company and Baltimore Musicales.
Stewart holds degrees in piano performance from the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University (MMus, 2002) and the University of California at Santa Barbara (BMus, 2000). He is featured on the albums Katherine Keem Sings Songs and Arias by Garth Baxter (Centaur Records, 2014), Ask the Moon (Navona, 2018), Resistance (Navona, 2019), and Písně Lásky a Naděje – Songs of Love and Hope (Orpheus Classical, 2021). He is married to guitarist Zoë Johnstone Stewart. They live in Maryland with their two sons.