Review: Todmorden News

“A classical pianist with strong family connections in Todmorden, will give a concert in the town hall next month. Andrew Hubbard, grandson of George Hulme Hubbard, who was a doctor in Cornholme from 1938 to 1964, is returning to the town with his second St Cecilia’s day concert, after last year’s event was a sellout.”
Todmorden News

Review: Rachel Berdah

“A work of art! Powerful violin solo with amazing depth, emotion and romantic style. The music Andrew played at our wedding anniversary still resonates peacefully and joyfully within us! Andrew left everyone in awe! He exceeded our expectations with a very passionate and heartfelt rendition of our “mise-en-scene”.I will forever be grateful for his professionalism, his meticulous attention to our special requests and his incredible talent in making every single guest feel comfortably involved and cheerful! We take immense pleasure listening to his CDs and look forward to his concerts!”
Rachel Berdah

Review: Paul Nicholls

“We first heard Andrews ENCHANTING renditions in Canterbury and instantly my future wife agreed the music was just right for our wedding Ceremony & reception at Eastwell Manor Ashford. Problem solved and several cordial conversations later all was efficiently arranged, on our special day he rose to the occasion with aplomb. Even the change to an outside last minute Ceremony didn’t phase him with such great weather to match his violin, and the mix for the reception later was spot on and enjoyed by all. Andrew is a very talented musician and a man for all occasions Formal or Informal and of course Fun. RECOMMENDED.”
Paul Nicholls

Review: Lisa Bramhall

“Andrew played at our wedding in October 2013 at Hellably Hall. All I can say is he was amazing and made the day from start to finish. He played to our guest whilst they where arriving at the ceremony and then played the music we had chosen for our wedding ceremony it was all amazing. To top the wedding breakfast off Andrew got all my guest up doing the Irish jig. Every single guest commented on how fantastic Andrews’s music was. We can’t thank you enough for making our day so special!!!!!”
Lisa Bramhall

Review: St Ives Times and Echo

“Andrew Hubbard should need little introduction in St Ives. His sister Alex, a history teacher at Cape Cornwall School lives here, and he is well know on the local music scene. However, well worth a reminder of his impeccable credentials. While still at school he was selected to study the celebrated Polish concert pianist Ania Maria Stanczyk. He went on to study at the Royal academy of music where he won the Harry Farjeon prize. He gives regular performances at concert halls and celebrated venues such as castles and country houses. He performs overseas, including Wojanski Park Warsaw. Bothay Cathedral, France, The Homerion Center Chios, Greece, and performances in both Cyprus and Turkey.”
The St Ives Times and Echo.