Andrew Hadro

Andrew Hadro was not born into an especially musically inclined family. Nor does he remember why or when he decided to pursue music. He has however, dedicated his life to music and spent thousands of hours honing his abilities, working to expand and push forward instrumental performance. After being born in Mexico City, being shuffled early on in life to Brazil, and stopping for a few years on the east coast, Hadro’s family eventually settled in the Chicago area. He initially began his studies on flute and soon found his way to the baritone saxophone which would become the primary focus of his musical studies as an adult

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”Andrew Hadro floats over the subtle ebb and flows with a dry, wispy clarinet sound.” - John McDonough Downbeat Magazine
Primary Instrument

Sax, baritone

Location

New York, NY

Willing to teach

Intermediate to advanced students

Credentials/Background

-Private lesson faculty (Woodwinds) for the Lucy Moses School, teaching at The Frank Sinatra School for the Arts (NYC) 2009-Present -Faculty member at the Litchfield Performing Arts Jazz Camp (Litchfield, CT) 2006-Present -Adjunct classroom faculty member at The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music (NYC) 2008-2009 -Faculty member at the Birch Creek Music Performance Center (Egg Harbor, WI) 2003-2005

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