A native of Monticello, New York, Christopher Bradshaw holds degrees in piano performance from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of Cincinnati's College-Conservatory of Music. He currently resides in New York City, where where he has performed as a soloist and collaboratively at venues including Steinway Hall, Symphony Space, Merkin Hall, the DiMenna Center for Classical Music, Pregones Theater, Algernon Black and Alder Halls (NY Society for Ethical Culture) as well as many churches in Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn.
Christopher maintains a private studio and teaches piano for the Afterschool Programs at Little Red School House and Léman Manhattan Preparatory School. He accompanies and performs with the Astoria Choir, and the glee clubs at the Buckley School. His students, who range in age from 5 to adult, have received honors and awards for their playing. Equally at home with beginners as with advanced players, he is widely sought after for his patient, gentle approach to teaching. Mr. Bradshaw is accepting new students in the New York City area.
A member of the Bradshaw/Parker Piano Duo since 1992, he has performed a wide variety of four-hand and two-piano repertoire in the United States, Spain, Austria and Germany. In addition to solo and duo piano performance, he enjoys collaborating with vocalists on the art song repertoire, in part due to his interest in and study of the Spanish, French, Italian and Russian languages. He has served as Musical Director for the Brooklyn Theater Arts Project's productions of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and Cabaret, at the Players Theater in Greenwich Village. He currently serves as artistic director for the Redeemer Concert Series in Astoria, Queens.
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