Andrew Lynge is currently the Graduate Teaching Assistant at Colorado State University, where his responsibilities include teaching/arranging for the Colorado State Ram Drumline, teaching private percussion lessons to CSU undergraduates, coaching the CSU Percussion Ensemble, and teaching the Percussion Methods class to non-percussion majors. He is currently pursuing a Master s Degree in Percussion Performance from Colorado State University, and has earned degrees in both Music Education and Music Performance from Texas A&M University-Commerce. In the near future, Andrew also plans to pursue a Doctorate of Musical Arts. He is currently a Front Ensemble Technician for the Phantom Regiment Drum and Bugle Corps. Andrew has also taught for numerous other groups throughout the country including Tyler Junior College, Texas A&M University-Commerce, Colorado State University, Duncanville High School, and Coppell High School.
Andrew was a member of the Phantom Regiment Drum and Bugle Corps from 2008 (DCI Champions-Fred E. Sanford High Percussion Award)-2009. Andrew has been a soloist on many occasions with the Texas A&M University-Commerce Percussion Ensemble and the Colorado State University Percussion Ensemble. He as performed in solo and ensemble competitions at PASIC where he received First Place with the Texas A&M University-Commerce Percussion Ensemble in the 2011 Small Ensemble Division. Andrew was a member Texas A&M University-Commerce Percussion Ensemble that presented a showcase concert at PASIC in 2010. He has also performed with the Texas A&M University-Commerce Mane Attraction Jazz Band and Wind Ensemble. Andrew was the President of the Texas A&M University-Commerce Percussion Club from 2007-2012.
Andrew has studied with Dr. Eric Hollenbeck, Dr. Brian Zator, Paul Rennick, Sandi Rennick, and Shilo Stroman.