Praised as "elegant" in The Boston Globe and "extraordinary" by The New York Times, Scott Andrews has been critically acclaimed in solo and chamber music performances accross the United States. A sought-after collaborative musician, Mr. Andrews has performed with many today's leading artists, including Jaime Laredo, Robert Mann, Christian Tetzlaff, and Christopher O'Riley. An avid proponent of new music, he has performed with organizations such as Composers in Red Sneakers and the Auros Group for New Music. Mr. Andrews has appeared as a solo artist with the Ying String Quartet, the Calyx Piano Trio, and the Boston Symphony Chamber Players among many others. Mr.Andrews has been Principal Clarinet of the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra since 2005. Before joining the Saint Louis Symphony, Mr.Andrews had been a member of the Boston Symphony Orchestra for 11 years and has also performed with the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Saito Kinen Orchestra.