Jan 12, 2016 Andrew travelled to Brussels towards the end of September to record 7 arrangements for Salvatore Adamo's new album with the Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra. The album is now mixed, and we should have a release date shortly.

Following on from that, Andrew and Kirsten went to Cambridge to take part in a weekend of 20th and 21st century music in King's College Chapel, called "Epiphany through Music" - the final weekend in the Chapel's 500th anniversary celebrations. The weekend's series of concerts had been put together by Andrew and his friend John Wallace (a name familiar to APP fans), who was a music student at King's at the same time as Andrew. There was much music performed which had been written by Kingsmen in the last 100 years - from David Willcocks to Thomas Ades, George Benjamin, Judith Weir (the current "Master of the Queen's Music") and Andrew's old colleagues from "Intermodulation" - Roger Smalley and Tim Souster - as well as Andrew's work "Within Those Radiances…" - and ending with an intuitive improvisation led by the trumpeter Markus Stockhausen (son of Karlheinz.)
A few weeks later Andrew was back in King's College Chapel to play the timpani in a performance of Faure's Requiem with the world-famous choir in the memorial concert for David Willcocks: he last played this work in 1968 in the Chapel with David Willcocks conducting. John Wallace was the first trumpet in both of these performances...
He and Kirsten went to Antwerp in December for a live TV show with the Belgian singer Helmut Lotti - a large undertaking with rhythm section of 7 players, 35 piece orchestra, 27 piece brass band, 6 piece rock brass section, 16 voice choir plus 3 backing singers - performing a total of 20 songs, mostly taken from the album "Faith Hope and Love" on which Andrew and Kirsten had worked last June and July.

He is currently working on a recording of "Within Those Radiances…" performed by John Wallace's group The Wallace Collection, with the live electronics done by Andrew and Kirsten.