About Andrés Engleman
Andrés Engleman became interested in the violin at the age of 3, and after two years of asking his parents “am I old enough yet?” began taking violin classes at 5. He has played for several orchestras and small ensemble groups, appearing in venues such as the Japanese American Cultural & Community Center, the PBS Holiday Celebration, and Carnegie Hall. He regularly shares his music with others by busking on the street, and donates his earnings to worthy causes. To date, he has donated more than $1,200 to St. Jude Children’s Hospital and Best Friends dog sanctuary.
He is currently studying with Aimee Kreston at the Colburn School.