Andrew Fowler, a Myrtle Beach native seen pausing by a marsh at Huntington Beach State Park, stays busy musically. His Christmas cantata, “Angelic Host Proclaim,” will premiere Dec. 11 at Trinity United Methodist Church in Conway; his third CD, “Gold Standard” is due for release by mid-January; and he’s invited to the College Music Society International Conference 2017, in Sydney, Australia, for a performance of his “Songs of Travel.”
Andrew Fowler, a Myrtle Beach native seen pausing by a marsh at Huntington Beach State Park, stays busy musically. His Christmas cantata, “Angelic Host Proclaim,” will premiere Dec. 11 at Trinity United Methodist Church in Conway; his third CD, “Gold Standard” is due for release by mid-January; and he’s invited to the College Music Society International Conference 2017, in Sydney, Australia, for a performance of his “Songs of Travel.” Courtesy photo
Andrew Fowler, a Myrtle Beach native seen pausing by a marsh at Huntington Beach State Park, stays busy musically. His Christmas cantata, “Angelic Host Proclaim,” will premiere Dec. 11 at Trinity United Methodist Church in Conway; his third CD, “Gold Standard” is due for release by mid-January; and he’s invited to the College Music Society International Conference 2017, in Sydney, Australia, for a performance of his “Songs of Travel.” Courtesy photo

Fowler’s music reaches around world, including Aussie conference

December 04, 2016 5:00 AM