Victor Andzulis
Status: Member
Member Since: July 2, 2011
Last Visit:May 7, 2017

Victor Andzulis

Victor Andzulis is Assistant Professor of Piano at the University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg, KY where he also maintains a private piano and strings studio. He has previously served on the faculties of the University of West Florida, Olive Baptist School of Performing Arts, Trinitas Christian School, and Pensacola Christian Academy. Mr. Andzulis is an active member of the MTNA, a member of the executive board of the KMTA, and is a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music. From 2013-2015, he served as Vice-President for Programs of the Pensacola Music Teachers Association. He has had the privilege of being a summer faculty member at music camps and workshops in the Bahamas and Curacao.

Mr. Andzulis also maintains a very active performing schedule as both a soloist and collaborative pianist, frequently performing in concerts throughout the Southern United States. His passion for the collaborative arts and sensitivity to his fellow performers have made him a sought after accompanist. In addition to his teaching responsibilities at the University of the Cumberlands, he also serves as collaborative pianist for student and faculty performances, as well as the Chamber Choir and Chorale. He has performed with such noted artists as Ray Gibbs, Howard Reddy, Hanan Tarabay, Leo Day, Jane Redding, Andrea Dawson, Hillary Herndon, and Katrin Meidell.

Mr. Andzulis received the Master of Music in Collaborative Keyboard degree from the University of South Alabama where he studied with Dr. Robert Holm. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Church Music (magna cume laude) and a Master of Arts in Music (Graduate of Distinction) from Pensacola Christian College where he studied piano with Dr. Pitagoras Goncalves, Dr. Amy Bombard, and Daisy de Luca Jaffe.