The history of Jazz Piano:

from Ragtime to Modern



Professor of Piano, Berklee College of Music

City Salon is trying something new!


Come enjoy delicious Mexican food, learn about the history of jazz piano  from an accomplished professor and pianist who will speak and play for us, and partake in the ever present City Salon conversation and camaraderie.



                 914 Beacon Street, Boston (near The Elephant Walk)
when:     Wednesday, June 25

                 6:30 pm - Dining, drinking, music, and conversation
                 7:30 pm - Program begins

price:      $42.00/person




About the musician

Robert Christopherson is an associate professor in the Piano Department at Berklee College of Music.  He is a pianist, singer, performer, composer, record producer and perhaps most importantly, a passionate mentor and lifelong student of music.  His was father was a violinist with The Cleveland Orchestra, and his mother is a concert pianist.  Christopherson performs frequently throughout New England, and serves as music director for Boston's Hampshire House.  As a sideman, he has performed with or recorded with Christine McVie, Chuck Berry, Phil Wilson and the Platters, among many others. He earned a bachelor's degree from Berklee and also studied jazz piano and composition with renowned jazz guru Charlie Banacos.

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