• Andrew Neer
    Andrew Neer
    Music Director & Conductor

    American conductor, Andrew Neer, was born in Tucker, Georgia and currently resides in Grosse Pointe, Michigan with his wife, Mary Lynn. He is quickly becoming known for his dynamic and expressive conducting style. His focus has been to educate and expand appreciation of music. He believes that at the heart of everything, music is the soul of America and provides transformative experiences for those performing and participating in the audience.

    Living in Michigan for most of his life, he is thrilled to join the Macomb Symphony Orchestra family. He attended Central Michigan University (CMU) studying Composition, Trumpet and Music Theatre Performance. Following his time at CMU, he obtained two Master of Music degrees in Composition and Conducting, respectively, from Wayne State University, Detroit MI. His composition experience ranges from that of the art song to film scores.

    In the summer 2013, he was invited to conduct Verdi’s La Traviata for Michigan Opera Theatre’s community programs, receiving high acclaim. In early 2016, he embarked on an international conducting career, appearing with orchestras in Romania and Bulgaria. He is honored to study privately with orchestral conductor & mentor Kenneth Kiesler. In the Fall of 2020, Andrew began Doctoral Studies in Orchestral Conducting at the world-renown University of Michigan. In addition to working with orchestras, Mr. Neer has been honored to lead choruses and conduct operas in and around Metropolitan Detroit.


Macomb Center for the Performing Arts
44575 Garfield Rd., Clinton Township, MI 48038-1139


Mar 13 2024


11:00 am




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Youth Engagement

Youth Concert: The Symphony Pops (11 a.m.)

Join your Macomb Symphony Orchestra and Music Director Andrew Neer in a performance for the youth of Macomb & surrounding areas! Schools & Students may choose from a performance at 9:30 or 11:00 a.m. Each performance is roughly 40 minutes.

Register below!!

Tickets: $3


Menken/Kosarin: Beauty and the Beast Overture (3’)

Sousa: Stars and Stripes (3’)

Williams: Indiana Jones Raiders of the Lost Ark: Raiders March (JWSE) (5’)

Bizet, Carmen: Toreador (3’)

Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik, mvt. 1 (3’30”)

Williams: Harry Potter, Sorcerer’s Stone, Suite, Mvt. 1, “Hedwig’s Theme” (5’)

Sousa: Washington Post (3’)

Tchaikovsky: 1812 with cuts (4’)

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