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Andrew Gutauskas is a Grammy Award winning saxophonist, film composer, music director, arranger and educator. He has recorded and performed on Broadway, television, film and live around the world with a variety of artists ranging from jazz to rock to hip-hop to Bollywood. He is music director, arranger and saxophonist for the protest band, Brass Against, and is a member of several projects including; Charlie Rosen’s Broadway Big Band & 8-Bit Big Band, the Dan Pugach Nonet, Kyle Saulnier’s Awakening Orchestra, Lucas Pino’s No-Net Nonet, Manuel Valera's New Cuban Express Big Band, Miho Hazama’s M_Unit, the Terraza Big Band, the Uptown Jazz Tentet, Tim & the Space Cadets, The Skivvies and many others.

In 2018, he composed and arranged music for the award winning short film, Baby Won't You Please Come Home, starring Michelle Hurst and Melanie Nicholls-King, written and directed by Christopher Piazza. His original soundtrack, Longing, can also be heard on the recent award winning short film, Hermit, written and directed by Aimiende Negbenebor Sela.

Andrew has been an adjunct faculty member at the New School since 2020. His first EP, Look Up! (Outside in Music) was released in 2017 and his second album, Look Out! (Outside in Music) will be released on October 30, 2020.


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Album What's Next by Uptown Jazz Tentet

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Irabbagast Records
2020

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Album Look Out! by Andrew Gutauskas

Look Out!

Outside in Music
2020

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Album Volume II: To Call Her to a Higher Plan by Awakening Orchestra

Volume II: To Call...

Biophilia Records
2020

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Album That's a Computer by Lucas Pino

That's a Computer

Outside in Music
2018

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The Kingpin

The Kingpin

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Look Out!

What's Next

What's Next

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What's Next

Antiquity

Antiquity

Andrew Gutauskas
That's a Computer

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