Christopher DeLouis is an avid soloist, chamber musician and educator based in Morgantown (West Virginia). With a passion for all styles of music ranging from traditional to contemporary, he has given concerts and clinics across the Midwest and the Washington D.C. and Southern New England areas. He has commissioned and premiered numerous works for the saxophone as a solo instrument or as part of an ensemble. He has frequently appeared at the United States Navy Band International Saxophone Symposium, the Annual New England Saxophone Symposium, Bowling Green State University New Music Festival and the University of Nebraska Kearney New Music Festival. Christopher has been a semifinalist in the Plowman National Chamber Music Competition and has won prizes in the Douglas Wayland Chamber Music Competition and the MTNA Chamber Music Winds Ohio State Competition. Christopher is currently pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts Degree on a University Provost Fellowship at West Virginia University. He holds a master’s degree from Bowling Green State University and a bachelor's degree in both Music Education and Saxophone Performance from the University of Rhode Island. His principle teachers include Michael Ibrahim, John Sampen and Jared Sims.
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recitalJean-Patrick Besingrand (1985): IzanamiAnthony Donofrio (1981): InterfereDavid Reminick (1979): Gray Faces
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