Andria received her Doctorate of Musical Arts from Arizona State University in 2002. She has previously taught on the faculties of the University of Hawaii-Manoa and Paradise Valley Community College. Dr. Fennig has a wide and all-encompassing piano performance background including solo performance, collaborative artistry, chamber music, and pit orchestra work for touring Broadway shows and entertainer acts (Wicked, Color Purple, West Side Story, Jackie Evancho, Il Divo, and Three Irish Tenors). An advocate for new music performance, she has performed with the Albuquerque-based LINKS Ensemble, Phoenix-based Crossing 32nd Street Ensemble, and the Arizona State University-based New American Piano Music Ensemble.

Dr. Fennig founded and served as both the musician and management representative for the successful flute, cello, and piano trio Paradisa!, which performed several chamber concerts throughout the Southwest United States, including the annually celebrated Red Rocks Music Festival in Sedona, AZ, and the Abiquiu Music Festival in Abiquiu, NM. As well as working part-time at PVUMC, leading the band at the IGNITE service and serving as accompanist, she is on staff as a pianist/accompanist/coach at Grand Canyon University and teaches a large body of private piano students in the Phoenix metropolitan area.