Andrew Kosinski

Montgomery Philharmonic proudly announces Andrew Kosinski as our newest conducting fellow for the 2023-2025 seasons!

Andrew Kosinski is an award-winning composer and Conducting Fellow of the Montgomery Philharmonic for the 2023-2025 seasons. He is recognized for his strong connection with orchestras and his inspired humane approach. As a composer, Mr. Kosinski has garnered praise for his “virtuosic, turbid musical language” and “efficient and effective use of time.” His works have been commissioned and performed by The United States Army Band, Peabody Concert Orchestra, and Patagonia Winds to name a few. He has guest conducted The Monmouth Symphony Orchestra, Rutgers Wind Ensemble, Greater Shore Concert Band, and led musical productions in theaters across New Jersey. Mr. Kosinski particularly enjoys championing hidden gems of composers such as Amy Beach, Florence Price, and William Grant Still.


As an active-duty soldier, Mr. Kosinski is staff arranger for The United States Army Band “Pershing’s Own,” a position he has held since 2022. In this capacity he crafts music for high profile events ranging from public concerts to presidential inaugurations. Prior to his appointment, he earned his master’s degree in composition at the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University. His bachelor’s degree in trumpet performance and composition was earned at Rutgers University’s Mason Gross School of the Arts. Mr. Kosinski studied orchestral conducting with David LaMarche of American Ballet Theatre and band conducting with the late Darryl Bott of Rutgers University. His composition mentors include Kevin Puts, Amanda Harberg, and Robert Aldridge. Mr. Kosinski is excited to continue learning from Sandra Ragusa during his fellowship with the Montgomery Philharmonic. For more information, please visit

Andrew John Kosinski
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