Andrew Heringer, Drama ’07, is a music producer originally from Northern California.
After graduating, Andrew formed the indie-rock group Milo Greene (in which four of five members are CTSA alumni); played on late night shows (“David Letterman,” “Jay Leno” and “Conan”); performed at music festivals (Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, Outside Lands); and toured with acts such as The Civil Wars, Foster the People and Cold War Kids.
As a songwriter and producer, Andrew has written and recorded songs with artists such as Damien Rice and Joshua Radin and has had his songs placed in numerous TV shows like “Grey's Anatomy,” “13 Reasons Why” and “Jane the Virgin.” During the pandemic, he started an ambient music project called “Sound Bath” which has been focusing on minimal soundscapes for sleep, meditation and emotional regulation.
Andrew offers this advice to incoming students. “Over the last 15 years the community that I connected during my time at UCI have continued to be some of the most important people in my life. whether as artistic collaborators or dear friends - the people you meet during your time at UCI may likely become some of the most important people in yours.”
Pictured (from left to right): Andrew Heringer, Andrew performing on stage, Andrew backstage during a production of "The Crucible" at CTSA, Andrew in a production of "MacBeth" held in the arts plaza at CTSA.
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