Let’s shine a spotlight on one of our team members at Incap Estonia, Andrus not only fine-tunes equipment as a Maintenance Technician but also orchestrates melodies with his diverse musical talents.
Andrus’s journey with music began at a young age when he enrolled in the Children’s Music School, learning to play the trumpet for five years. On his own initiative, he mastered the art of playing the guitar and bass guitar. His formal musical education started in 1975, and by high school, he and his friends formed the band Eleven-C. Later, under the alias Briisi Pojad, they played at Saare Kalur. The long-standing band Loodetuul, which thrived from 1997 to 2018, further solidified Andrus’s role as the bass guitarist and lead vocalist.
Aside from his commitment to bands, Andrus has explored choral singing, contributing his voice to the TPI Men’s Choir, Kärla Village Choir, chamber choir Helin, and Saaremaa Men’s Choir SÜM.
While his active involvement in performing has diminished, Andrus still graces the stage 5-6 times a year. He reunites with fellow musicians from hobby bands for performances at various events across Estonia.
Beyond his musical pursuits, Andrus wears the hat of a Maintenance Technician at Incap, utilising his expertise to keep the machinery humming smoothly. He joined the Incap team in November 2022, bringing his wealth of experience and passion for precision to the company.
In his downtime, Andrus turns family gatherings and social occasions into impromptu music fests, adding a touch of harmony to every celebration. His commitment to both the technical intricacies of Incap and the melodic nuances of music showcases a well-rounded individual whose rhythm extends far beyond the workplace.
As Incap continues to support the musical aspirations of its employees, don’t forget to check out the ongoing Incap Rockstars contest. Submissions are welcome until the end of this month. Learn more about the contest here.