This is my official website, created to help share my music, conducting and exciting events. Please visit this site for information about my current projects and events.
As most of you know, I am a full-time music educator with teaching responsibilities at South Forsyth Middle School and, during the summer, with the various drum corps. I also remain active as a composer and arranger, with current and past clients, including, Olivet-Nazarene University, University of Alabama, University of Tennesee-Martin, Tara Winds, Southern Crescent Chorale and numerous high schools and middle schools. My works have been performed at the Midwest Clinic, Music for All National Concert Band Festival, Georgia Music Educators Association State In-Service Conference, ITEC, numerous All-State and All-Region Bands and globally in Asia and Europe. Bands performing my marching band arrangements have won numerous local and regional competitions.
From Galway to Killarney
This is an original woodwind quintet composed in the style of an Irish ayre. Commissioned by the East Coweta Woodwind Quintet.
Feagin Mill Middle School, Warner Robins, GA-- Lloyd McDonald Director of Bands
Peachtree City Flute Ensemble, Peachtree City, GA--Kelly McKinney, Director
Habersham Central High School, Mount Airy, GA--Ryan Dukes, Director of Bands
Dreyfoos School of the Arts, West Palm Beach, Florida--Evan Rogovin, Director of Bands
Go to Contact Page for more information on commissioning a work for your band.
I am excited to finally share my music with my friends and fans in one place. It is my hope that you find these works both musically and educationally rewarding for musicians of all ages. I love to hear from friends and fans, please feel free to contact me with questions, comments and inquiries about my music.
The Healing Stone
Commissioned by the Dreyfoos School of the Arts, West Palm Beach, Florida. A reflective work based on the grief cycle.
The Music of
Andrew F. Poor ComPOSER
Dreams of Morpheus
Written for the Fayette Area Flutists, this is a two-movement work, which will be premiered this spring. This is the first movement.