Andrew Steinberg is the organ instructor and choral area accompanist for Concordia College and the sanctuary worship director and organist at Trinity Lutheran Church, Moorhead. He is frequently called on as a soloist as well as a collaborative accompanist in instrumental and choral activities featuring organ, harpsichord, and piano and as musical director for a variety of musical theatre experiences across the country, including Concordia Theatre. At Concordia, Steinberg coaches singers into creating their own musical theatre cabaret shows, exploring the world of musical theatre literature, and preparing performers for professional experiences.
Steinberg has served as organist and worship director at congregations in the Twin Cities, Fort Collins, and the Fargo-Moorhead area. Steinberg coaches and accompanies soloists and ensembles throughout the region and nationally. He performed as solo organist in Wittenberg Germany, as part of the celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, and has performed across the United States, Germany, and Scotland (University of Glasgow). Steinberg holds a master’s degree in organ performance and certification in liturgical studies from Colorado State University, Fort Collins. He remains active as an organist, collaborative pianist, vocal coach, and musical director for Concordia College’s theatre program. Steinberg has earned credits toward a doctorate in collaborative piano. His primary teachers have been Peter Nygaard, Dr. Joel Bacon, and Dr. Tyler Wottrich.