Andrew Zohn is recognized internationally for his work as a performer, instructor, and composer. He has performed concerts on four continents as a soloist, and as part of Duo Spiritoso with Jeffrey McFadden. Dr. Zohn currently serves on the faculty of the Schwob School of Music (Columbus State University) in Georgia where he also founded and directs the annual CSU Guitar Symposium.
Dr. Zohn has performed and taught at many of the world’s most prestigious music festivals including the Festival of New Music (Central Conservatory of Music, China) the Guitar on the Mediterranean Guitar Festival (Italy), the Iserlohn Guitar Symposium (Germany), the National Guitar Workshop (USA), and the Sauble Beach Festival (Canada). Students of Andrew Zohn have won prizes in several international competitions and have been featured on National Public Radio.
Andrew Zohn regularly receives commissions to compose new works for performing artists and arts institutions. He has been a multiple recipient of the Plus Award from the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP).