Andy Cook-Feltz (baritone), has been singing professionally in NYC since arriving in 2007. He was the bass soloist at the First Unitarian Congregational Society in Brooklyn from 2010-2014, performing in Sunday services and special music concerts and recitals. Andrew has also engaged with several other churches and synagogues in NYC. After studying opera for several years, Cook-Feltz has focused his passion for choral and art song performance, having appeared as a frequent concert and recital soloist, primarily with the professional ensemble Choral Chameleon, of which he is a current and founding member and creative writer for publicity and promotion. Additional credits include performances with Pocket Opera, Empire City Men's Chorus, and lead rock vocals at the annual fundraising event Pharmapalooza at BB King's, to raise money for the Children's Hospital at Montefiore in the Bronx. He has a Masters in Vocal Music Performance from Bowling Green State University, and a Bachelor of Vocal Music Performance from University of Iowa.