Andrew Davis is a composer and electric guitarist from Philadelphia, PA who has written for a variety of media both acoustic and electroacoustic.  Davis' early experiences in music were in local concert bands where he played trombone and in rock bands where he played electric guitar.  Fused with a strong background in popular music, his music seeks to explore a variety of different genres and musical aesthetics.

His works have been performed by groups such as the JACK Quartet, PRISM Quartet, Alarm Will Sound, Daedalus Quartet, the Argento Ensemble, loadbang, the Boston New Music Initiative, the Luna Nova Ensemble, the University of Texas Wind Ensemble, the Yale Concert Band, the Florida State Wind Ensemble, and the University of Texas New Music Ensemble.  He has received honors from ASCAP, BMI, The Lyra Society, and ISCM-Texas among others.  Additionally, his music has been heard at a variety of festivals including the TUTTI Festival, RED NOTE Music Festival, Mizzou New Music International Composers Festival, New Music on the Point, and SEAMUS.  He has held residencies at Atlantic Center for the Arts and ACRE.

He earned a B.A. in music from Yale University, an M.M. in composition from the University of Texas at Austin in 2012, a PhD in composition from the University of Pennsylvania in 2017, and M.S. in computer science from Stanford University in 2018.  He currently teaches at Wellesley College.