Christopher Richardson is a patient, passionate, and extremely knowledgeable teacher. He is an active concert pianist, having performed with 8 different orchestras and having received top prizes in over 50 local, national, and international piano competitions. He has performed in venues such as the 2000-seat Music Tent in Aspen, Carnegie Hall, and Benaroya Hall. He has also appeared on NPR’s “From the Top,” TV program PIE on KCTS 9, and King FM 98.1. He spoke about and performed piano at the TEDxYouth@Redmond conference in Washington, and has recently released his debut album, titled Wizard of Oz.
Christopher was accepted to the Juilliard School of Music and the Peabody Conservatory under Leon Fleisher, and is currently a pre-med student at UC Berkeley as a triple major in Economics, Biology, and Music. He is also the blog writer for the Steinway Society of the Bay Area, where he details his thoughts and experiences in the various aspects of classical music.
Christopher is especially suitable for those intermediate and advanced students who are ready to sit and focus in class. We are thrilled to have Christopher Richardson as part of our faculty here at Golden Key Piano School!