About the Artist

Andrew Kreigh, a native of Madison, Wisconsin, serves as the Director of Sacred Music for the Archdiocese and Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis. Under Andrew's direction are the Archdiocesan Choir, Cathedral Choir, and the Cathedral Schola Cantorum. Prior to his tenure in Saint Louis Andrew served as Director of Sacred Music for the Diocese of Madison and as Director of Liturgy and Sacred Music for Saint Bernard and Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Churches in Madison.  Andrew holds his master's degree in organ performance from the University of Iowa where he studied under the instruction of Dr. Gregory Hand. He holds a Bachelor of Music in Music Business and piano performance from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh where he studied  with Dr. Eli Kalman.


Prior to his masters studies Andrew served as assistant organist with Dr. Ezequiel Menendez at the Cathedral of Saint Joseph in Hartford, Connecticut.  After nearly two years Andrew returned back to his hometown of Madison, Wisconsin. During this time, he was an active organist for the Diocese of Madison and cathedral parish in Madison under the direction of Dr. Pat Gorman as well as the Cathedral of Saint John the Evangelist in Milwaukee under Mr. Michael Batcho.

Andrew maintains an active concert schedule throughout the United States including appearances at All Saints Cathedral in Albany, New York, the Cathedral of Saint Joseph in Hartford, Connecticut, the Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart in Houston, Texas, Olivet Nazarene University, and the Cathedral of Saint John the Evangelist in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Andrew has also toured to Europe with the Cathedral Choir of Saint John the Evangelist (Milwaukee, Wi) on their tour to Austria and southeast Germany. Upcoming performances for the summer of 2022 include The Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C., The Sinsinawa Mound.


In addition to his work in sacred music and performing schedule Andrew has overseen multiple organ projects and installations including the renovation of the organ at his home parish Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish in Monona, Wisconsin, the re-voicing, restoration, and installation of a 35-rank Wicks organ at Saint Matthew Catholic Church in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and is currently overseeing the ongoing project of installing two E.M. Skinner organs in Saint Bernard Catholic Church.


In Andrew's spare time he can be found with his fiancé Delanee and three dogs Ahnah, Elsa, and Sven. Ahnah and Sven are siberian huskies and Elsa is a Chihuahua and Sheba mix. Andrew's favorite hobbies are working out and boating. Andrew embraces his Catholic identity and and enjoys serving the people of the cathedral and the Archdiocese.