- Trained at the prestigious Royal College of Music in London (ranked the #1 place in the world to study Music)
- Over 25 years’ experience playing at over 2,000 weddings and events
- International piano competition finalist and prize-winner
- Performances for celebrities and The Royal Family
- Broadcasts for Radio & TV (including BBC Radio 3)
- Critically acclaimed by the Press
- Performances in top concert halls internationally
- Over 350 5-star reviews online from customers
Christopher dreamed of becoming a professional pianist ever since he was a young boy and showed outstanding early talent. Following a long string of piano competition successes as a teenager, he auditioned at the country’s leading music colleges and was fortunate to win places at them all. After careful consideration, Christopher chose to study at the internationally renowned Royal College of Music in London. During his six years at the Royal College he had the privilege of studying with some of the world’s finest musicians and was selected as one of their piano scholars of “outstanding talent”. Since graduating from the RCM with Distinction, Christopher has played at literally thousands of different events and has received wide recognition from music critics and the general public alike.
Acclaimed by the Press as a “world-class” musician, he has appeared as a soloist at leading concert halls, broadcast for radio and television internationally (including on BBC Radio 3), provided music for celebrities and the Royal Family and was invited by the RCM to play in the Oscar-winning piano movie, Shine.
In addition to his performing career and a position as Head of Piano at The Kingsley School in Leamington Spa, Christopher has previously been a visiting teacher at the Birmingham Conservatoire and Royal Academy of Music in London.
While living in London he was appointed to teach the family members of various celebrities including The Who guitarist Pete Townshend, TV comedians Adrian Edmondson and Jennifer Saunders, singer / model Sophie Ellis-Bextor, broadcaster Gyles Brandreth and the Oscar-winning actor Sir Laurence Olivier.
Christopher has also adjudicated at music festivals and given piano masterclasses in the UK and abroad under the auspices of the British Council. He is a Fellow of the Incorporated Society of Musicians, the UK’s professional body for musicians. Christopher enjoys family life and lives in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham with his wife and two children.