Dr. Christopher Hahn maintains a multifaceted career as pianist, adjudicator, clinician, and author. He has been featured as soloist and collaborative artist throughout North America and Europe, and has performed in Carnegie Hall—Weill Recital Hall, the Haydnsaal in Eisenstadt, Austria, The Music Gallery in Toronto, and at institutions such as...
Dr. Christopher Hahn maintains a multifaceted career as pianist, adjudicator, clinician, and author. He has been featured as soloist and collaborative artist throughout North America and Europe, and has performed in Carnegie Hall—Weill Recital Hall, the Haydnsaal in Eisenstadt, Austria, The Music Gallery in Toronto, and at institutions such as Northwestern University, the Interlochen Center for the Arts, and Stanford University. He had the honor of performing for the Archbishop Desmond Tutu with the Metropolitan Opera's Leona Mitchell, and has also performed with such recognized artists as flutist Christina Jennings, trumpet/piano virtuoso Guy Few, pianist Lydia Brown, violinists Timothy Fain and Eugenia Choi, cellist Amit Peled, and Russian dissident poet, Evgeny Yevtushenko. He has coached with Menahem Pressler, Yefim Bronfman, Constance Keene, Angela Cheng, Yong Hi Moon, and Marilyn Horne, and has received extensive chamber music coaching from members of the Penderecki String Quartet and the Gryphon Trio. Dr. Hahn has released a recording of a commissioned work for two pianos and percussion by David Maslanka on the Albany Records label, is a clinician for the Frederick Harris Music Company, and is a published author with Alfred Music. He is a Professor of Piano and Chair of the Keyboard Division at the University of Montana in Missoula.
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