Timo Andres is a composer and pianist who grew up in Connecticut, studied at the Yale School of Music, and lives in Brooklyn. A Nonesuch artist, his albums include Home Stretch and his debut disc, Shy and Mighty.
Notable commissions include the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Takács Quartet through Carnegie Hall and the Shriver Hall Concert Series, a two-piano concerto commissioned by the Britten Sinfonia and premiered at the Barbican (by Andres and David Kaplan), and The Blind Banister, a piano concerto (and Pulitzer Prize Finalist) for Jonathan Biss.
As a pianist, Timo Andres has appeared with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, North Carolina Symphony, Albany Symphony, New World Symphony, and elsewhere; has performed solo recitals for Lincoln Center, Wigmore Hall, and San Francisco Performances; and has collaborated with Philip Glass, Gabriel Kahane, Nadia Sirota, the Kronos Quartet, Ashley Bathgate, Metropolis Ensemble, John Adams, and many others.
Upcoming projects include collaborations with Sufjan Stevens and New York City Ballet; the Calder Quartet and the LA Phil; and a major work for the Orchester Staatstheater Cottbus.