Andrew Hewitt (born 28 March 1976) is an English composer based in Los Angeles.
Hewitt was classically trained from childhood as a pianist and tenor singer. He won music scholarships to Westminster Abbey Choir, Uppingham School, the National Youth Music Theatre, St John's College, Cambridge, and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Before university, he toured chorally worldwide, and after graduation in 2000 continued to perform in concerts, global tours, and CD recordings for such classical groups as John Eliot Gardiner's Monteverdi Choir, Robert King's The King's Consort, The John Rutter Singers, Synergy, Opera Rara, the London Voices, and Metro Voices. These performances covered every style, from contemporary premieres to session choirs and baroque, classical, and avant-garde works.
At Abbey Road and Air Studios, he performed on many film scores for such conductors as John Williams and Howard Shore – including The Lord of the Rings film trilogy, Harry Potter, Star Wars, and Pirates of the Caribbean.
Hewitt is Associate Member of PRS for Music, and recently accepted invitations to become a member of both the World Soundtrack Academy and BAFTA. Combining a lifelong passion for film with extensive classical training, recording, and worldwide concert experience, he orchestrates and conducts all his scores which he fuses with electronic textures at his studio.