An award winning performer, composer and teacher, Andrew Ranaudo first started teaching at Usdan in 2017. As a recitalist and collaborative musician, he has a focus on eclectic artistic partnerships, and has played across the USA and Europe in different formats. He holds piano performance degrees from Hunter College, CUNY (MA) and New York University (BM). He works with musicians and artists across the spectrum, and his work can be found in numerous recordings, film soundtracks and art installations. With over 20 years teaching experience, Andrew maintains an active teaching studio in both Brooklyn and San Juan, Puerto Rico, where he currently resides and is working to create recordings of century old music from composers on the island. Andrew is excited to return to Usdan in 2022!