One of Christopher’s greatest joys is teaching guitar and helping others develop their passion for music. Music first and foremost should be a way to convey thoughts and feelings to others as well as being fun. With twelve years of experience, he enjoys discovering the unique ways his students learn so that he can help them bridge the gap to guitar proficiency.
Christopher received his training at California State Northridge in 2016 where he received a Masters of Music degree in Classical Guitar Performance, while there he won the Andy Summers Guitar Competition in 2014.
Now he is currently available to teach lessons in San Jose and online.