Andrew J. Chung has sung with numerous vocal ensembles including San Francisco's Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, and numerous University of California Berkeley organizations: the Opera Workshop, Chamber Chorus, University Chorus, Collegium Musicum and Gospel Chorus. He has sung with Word of Mouth Chamber Ensemble, Madrigal Singers, San Francisco Concert Chorale, and St. Joseph Arimathea Choir.  As a singer he toured numerous cities in Europe.  In 1998 he founded the group Bay Area Classical Harmonies (B.A.C.H.) chamber orchestra and chorus.  As director of this organization he regularly conducts and sings with the ensemble in the San Francisco Bay Area.  Recently, Andrew sang the role of Antonio in both North Bay Opera and San Francisco Lyric Opera productions of Le Nozze di Figaro.  He has appeared as a soloist numerous times with the UC Berkeley Chamber Chorus, University Chorus, and Gospel Chorus. He was a featured singer in a UC Berkeley Music Department’s master class with renowned opera singer Frederica von Stade.  He was also a featured conducting student in both a master class with early music conducting specialist Alan Curtis sponsored by the Berkeley Early Music Festival; as well as in a master class with the San Francisco Symphony choral director Vance George.  As a conductor, Andrew has studied both choral conducting with the head of the Berkeley Music Department Marika Kuzma, and orchestral conducting with the department’s music director David Milnes.  In 2002 he was chosen conductor of the Berkeley Summer Symphony Orchestra leading Beethoven’s 5th Symphony and Berlioz’s Roman Overture. With Cal Opera he conducted the fully staged opera, Die Zauberflöte.  Last May, Andrew sang the role of Leporello in the BACH Opera production of Don Giovanni. He also served as the music director for Spotlight Theater Production of Sweeney Todd.