Christopher Boscole is a versatile pianist, composer, musician, artist in the new age jazz contemporary instrumental genre. He also explores creative relationships between nature, sailing adventures, photography, and music through multi-media concerts. He’s been sailing Hawaii over the past several years, and is a Pacific Northwest native. As well, Christopher was influenced by Miami in the late ’80s while attending and teaching at the University of Miami. Christopher is also a featured WHISPERINGS SOLO PIANO RADIO artist.
As a solo piano composer and improviser (also group composition) Christopher is highly regarded for the careful, old-school type, musical crafting that goes into each piece. He spends long hours at the piano working with melodies and tonal/chord progressions that range from majestic to culturally witty.
Music composition seems to flow effortlessly from Christopher as he is an adept improviser. Many of his compositions began life as complete improvisations, captured live on recordings, He uses the term “Presents of Angels” to describe the miracle of this improvisational music composition process While his intuitive music sense is finely honed, his composition technique is also based in his extensive education: Bachelor of Arts in Music, Master of Music in Studio Music and Jazz. He holds a Masters in Teaching degree for education.
As a music composer Christopher is available for the full range of production needs. And his expertise in the studio adds technical depth and richness.
In addition to his original music, Christopher plays a variety of popular and classical music. He is available through this web site for piano performances, public and private, in home concerts, weddings, parties, corporate events, piano lessons and master classes.
Christopher also studied with Gary Peacock, Vince Maggio and Ron Miller and is influenced by many genre of music. He also has a Master in Teaching degree from City University and has been a professional music educator and performing musician for over 20 years. He names Keith Jarret, Bill Evans, Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, George Winston, David Lanz, Michael Jones, Liz Story, David Nevue, Jim Brickman, David Benoit, Dave Grusin, Ralph Towner, John McLaughlin, Frederic Chopin, Claude Debussy, Erik Satie, J.S. Bach and Ludwig van Beethoven as just a few of his musical influences.
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