Andrew Parsegian is a musician, teacher, composer, and music producer based in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. He is the great grandson of the foundation’s founder, and has been a Board member since 2005. He’s performed at Carnegie Hall, toured nationally with major-label artists, and taught at many NYC area schools, including the 92nd St.Y, Children’s Aid Society, Omega Institute, and Greenwich House Music School.
Recently, he’s worked on award-winning documentary films such as Sundance finalist “Echo Morris.” Currently, he’s producing several upcoming singer/songwriters, from r&b to Indian-influenced pop styles. His goal to help people grow their own relationship to self-expression, in ways that are meaningful to them.