Paul Andrews

Paul first learned to play euphonium under the guidance of his father, Len Andrews, between 1972 and 1979.  In that time, Paul sort help from the legendary euphonium player Lyndon Baglin, a man that to this day has a major influence on Paul’s teaching methods. 

He joined Roberts Bakery Band between 1979 and 1983 working with a colourful conductor that has given nearly 40 years to the same band, Colin Cranson.  However, the lure of top flight banding was too much and particularly the persuasive skills of Richard Evans, a man that was to become a major influence on Paul’s life and remains a close friend and motivator to this day. 

The time spent at Leyland Vehicles Band was the most rewarding as a player; playing in some of the finest auditoriums the world over.  CD’s, radio broadcasts and television appearances seemed to be part of life’s daily routine at that time.  Strong bonds were created with those players and many are considered to this day to be amongst Paul’s closest friends. 

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Paul Andrews, 9 Delafield Close, Fearnhead, Warrington, WA2 0AJ

Tel : 07810 712992

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