Andrew Wells-Oberegger is a Canadian composer, musical arranger, producer and multi-instrumentalist. He has been professionally involved in the early and world music scenes for over twenty years and is known for his mastery of an impressive variety of instruments such as classical guitar, renaissance lute, oud, bagpipes, saz, mandolin, bouzouki and santoor. Relying on a solid academic training coupled with his knowledge of international musical traditions gained through master classes, he adds singing as well as playing various flutes and three singular types of percussion —daff, req and Italian tamburello — to the extended list of his possibilities.
He was featured on more than twenty albums with various ensembles including La Nef, La Mandragore, ESEM, Cercamon, De Lònga and La Strada. Many of the projects bearing his signature have also been awarded or nominated for the ADISQ gala, the Opus Awards and the Canadian Folk Music Award.