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Christopher Koon

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Christopher L. Koon began playing piano at the age of 6. He has been serving churches as organist and conductor for over 35 years. From 2001-2008 he was the associate director at Christ Church Cathedral, Cincinnati. He is the substitute organist at Isaac M. Wise Plum Street Temple. Over the years he has accompanied amateur and professional choirs throughout the Eastern U.S. Performance venues include the Toledo Museum of Art, Cincinnati Art Museum, Wells Cathedral (England) in addition to many churches and university concert halls. He has performed with members of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and the Cincinnati Opera. He is currently Director of Music at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Newport. He is on the faculty at the UC College-Conservatory of Music Preparatory Department where he serves as Instructor of Organ and Piano. He is a former assistant professor (adjunct) of piano at Northern Kentucky University. He was also pianist at Vito’s Café in Ft. Thomas, where he accompanied the singing servers. He is the former organist with the Toledo Symphony Orchestra. He earned the Bachelor of Music and the Master of Music degrees from Ohio University. He also earned the graduate Certificate in Organ and Church Music from the Indiana University School of Music. He has completed all course work for the Doctor of Musical Arts degree at CCM. He has 30 years of experience as a private teacher. Mr. Koon studied photography at Ohio University and the Art Academy of Cincinnati and has been an avid photographer for many years. He recently started a photography business specialising in headshots for musicians.
How do I contact this teacher? Call 513-271-0117
or send an email to kooncr@mail.uc.edu

PO Box 474
Hanover PA, 17331

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