Andrew DeNicola is a multi-instrumentalist/composer who plays the saxophone, flute, and clarinet around the New York Metro Area. His musical endeavor began when in high school he was given the spotlight to play a jazz ballad entitled I Remember Clifford. After that experience Andrew quickly realized that music was his calling. He then attended on a performance/composition scholarship the prestigious Berklee College of Music. While at Berklee he studied with some of the finest musicians in the world such as George Garzone, Bill Pierce, Darren Barrett, Greg Hopkins, and plenty more. He also was actively gigging up in Boston at both the jazz clubs such as Wallys, The Lilypad, or playing in a Wedding Band around the New England Area. He recently graduated and moved to New York and heard about the Local 802 musicians union, and decided to start down the right path for musical work. Just recently he went into the studio and recorded his debut album as a leader with 15 professional musicians. Ever since that experience in high school he knew that no matter what; music will be apart of everything he does.
Andrew DeNicola has performed as a bandleader and sideman for numerous musicians in the New England and New York Area. Andrew recorded his debut album that is mostly original jazz fusion music. At Berklee Andrew played in a wedding band outside of school that consisted of Pop music. He also has played with a lot of latin groups from Afro-Cuban music to Brazilian music. He studied jazz improvisation/composition with George Garzone, Bill Pierce, Darren Barrett, Greg Hopkins, Ayn Inserto, and plenty more. In addition, Andrew went on tour around the east coast with Brian Mcshea and the Sideman, a rock and roll group playing in all different clubs from New York, to Virginia.