Andrew Mille

Andrew Mille

Agent, Cello, Co-Director

Andrew is a classically trained cellist and manages Charleston Entertainment. He is a South Carolina native of Franco/American heritage, married to Arlene Marie Felipe. When not performing and coordinating events, Andrew also runs Charleston Social F.C., a soccer club of some 1500+ members, that play daily on the downtown Charleston peninsula.

Andrew Mille began his cello studies in the USC Strings Project in Columbia S.C. at the age of eight. He played for both the South Carolina Youth Philharmonic Orchestra during his high school years, and in 2000 was awarded the Harry Lightsey Cello Scholarship to study at the College of Charleston, under the instruction of Damian Kremer of the Charleston Symphony.

In the summers spanning from 2001 to 2004, Mille attended the Meadowmount School of Music in upstate New York, a Summer Festival and School that claims such distinguished alumni such as Itzhak Perlman, Joshua Bell and Yo-Yo Ma.

Upon completion of his bachelor’s degree in 2005, Mille studied with internationally renowned cellist Natalia Khoma as part of the College of Charleston’s graduate-level Artist Certificate program.

Mille currently performs cello and taps South Carolina’s top local talent for private concerts, festivals, weddings and private events, along with his wife Arlene Felipe through their Charleston-based company Charleston Entertainment, a network of professional musicians and performers.  Charleston Entertainment is a member of the Charleston Visitors Bureau’s Charleston Area Travel Council, a network of leading businesses committed to ensuring Charleston’s continued success as one of the world’s top destination cities.

Andrew and his wife Arlene Felipe also curate Charlestonaire, a lifestyle blog dedicated to everything Charleston.


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