Born in St. Andrew, Jamaica, Andrew Marshall started piano lessons at age 6. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Education with an emphasis in piano performance from Northern Caribbean University in Mandeville, Jamaica, and a Master of Music degree in Music Education with emphasis in choral conducting from Westminster Choir College of Rider University in Princeton, New Jersey. He studied piano with the late Maureen Coombs, Daniel Rodriguez, and Marilyn Anderson, and choral conducting with Andrew Megill, Sun Min Lee and Joseph Flummerfelt.
Mr. Marshall is an Assistant Professor in the Music Department at Northern Caribbean University (NCU) where he conducts the university's choral ensembles. His choral groups are in frequent demand, and have performed for religious, civic, and entertainment events. He is also the Music Director of Maranatha Ministries, a non-profit organization that travels frequently overseas each year to perform. Inspired by the work of the late Moses Hogan, Mr. Marshall has arranged and composed many spirituals for mixed chorus, including works in the genre of Jamaican spirituals.
Passionate about talent development, he has had the opportunity to work with some of Jamaica's finest upcoming singers. He has produced the debut album for rising Jamaican gospel sensation Carey Sayles, and is currently working on the sophomore album of the NCU Chamber Choir. He also has songwriting credits on both albums, including those of female quartet KARIS and male trio Men of Valor. Mr. Marshall continues to be active as a composer, educator, conductor, entertainment producer, music consultant, and vocal coach.