Christopher Brellochs

Christopher Brellochs is a saxophonist, conductor and an educator who has performed in numerous musical styles throughout the United States, from well-known New York City venues like Birdland, the 55 Bar and Smoke to prestigious Carnegie Hall. International performances have included guest appearances in France and Germany. Brellochs’ recordings include Quiet City (2011) which features the world premiere recording of Aaron Copland’s complete incidental music for Quiet City; the recording received radio play on National Public Radio: Weekend Edition and Performance Today, and print reviews in Gramophone (Awards 2011) and Der Spiegel magazines. Brellochs is Chair of the Music Program at SUNY Dutchess Community College in Poughkeepsie, New York where he conducts the Mid-Hudson Community Orchestra and Jazz Ensemble, and typically teaches Music Theory, Aural Skills and History of Music. He has also created a YouTube video series on music theory.


  • Jul 11 2018

    Christopher Brellochs


    Gilded Age America (1870-1900): Caryl Florio and the Vanderbilts

    ACADEMY OF MUSIC Room 339 Trg Republike Hrvatske 12