Category Archives: Concerts

February 28

1 Way @ the Go Factory 2.27.17

I had a great opportunity last night to play four of my own original compositions at the 10th anniversary of the 1Way series at the Go Factory on the West Side of Cleveland. I was actually amongst the first performers at this series 10 years ago and haven’t been back since so it was nice […]

February 06

3.6.17 Straight to Tape

I’m very excited to announce that I’ll be playing a live show at the General in South Bend, IN on 3.6.17 with my former Sobriquet bandmates, who now go by the moniker, After Ours. Here’s a little info for the curious about what my portion of the evening will entail… Andrew D. Meyer, Solo Soprano […]

January 20

This Week’s Shows 1.20.17

Sometimes variety can be seem quite strange when you step back and take it at face value. Each night this week I’ve found myself in very different musical situations. Tonight I’ll be putting on leather pants, full makeup, and a leather vest to play a rock show, last night I did a really great Billy […]

August 12

This Week’s Shows 8-7-16

I’m back in the Baltic on EC and have had the good fortune of MD’ing for some of my all-time favorite entertainers this week. I’ve been all over the map both geographically and stylistically…Russia to Copenhagen and comedy-juggling to swing and musical theater. It’s been a great week and I’ve really enjoyed the shows. First up […]

July 11

Solo Concert 6.21 @ Canopy Collective

I’m pleased to announce that I will be presenting an evening of works for saxophone and electronic tape, as well as a few solo works on Thursday, June 21st at Canopy Collective, Cleveland (3910 Lorain ave, Cleveland, OH). Admission is free and the show will begin at 7.30pm.   The program will consist of the […]

October 09

Andrew Meyer Quartet @ Gallery 121 Oct 24th

I’m excited to announce that my quartet will be playing live jazz @ Gallery 121 in Massillon, OH from 8.00-11pm on October 24th. The group features Alex Ayers on Piano, Vinny Vivaqua on Bass, Dustin May on Drums, and myself on saxophone. We’ll be playing standards/bossa nova. Gallery 121 is a really unique spot in […]

October 04

Correct Saxophone Intonation (Overcoming the Natural Intonation Spectrum)

Those of you who know me are probably bored of hearing me talk about intonation and the need for a comprehensive system because i’m always banging on about it, but I believe it’s important. I firmly believe that in order to play the saxophone in tune, you have to have a comprehensive system in place […]