Andrew Winner
Andrew Winner formerly held teaching positions simultaneously at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky and Trevacca Nazarene University in Nashville, Tennessee. He is the founder of and former co-owner of the Guitar Academy of Bowling Green: a music academy that continues to thrive and serves numerous students. He was also the founder of the guitar studies program at The Renaissance Center in Dickson, Tennessee a flourishing program that drew students from Nashville, Tennessee and the surrounding community. He is currently on the faculty of both Northern Kentucky University and Thomas More College.

In addition to teaching, Andrew Winner performs frequently. He is credited with numerous recitals, radio, and television appearances. He currently has two internationally released recordings. "An Italian Serenade" features Neapolitan and Italian folk songs newly arranged for concert guitar by Mr. Winner. "Spanish Pastorale" features recordings of all the Catalonian folks songs arranged by Miguel Llobet Solés and the suite "Platero y Yo" by Eduardo Sainz de la Maza. His recording is available on Amazon and Cdbaby.com or for download at iTunes and other popular music download sites.