Christopher Salvo has performed as a soloist, chamber musician and orchestral player throughout the world including Austria, Hungary, Yugoslavia and Japan. In 1998, Mr. Salvo was invited by the Kobe Civic Orchestra to play the Mozart Clarinet Concerto in Kobe, Japan.
Born in Boston, Christopher Salvo began his musical studies at the age of ten. His teachers include legendary Cleveland Symphony Orchestra clarinetist Robert Marcellus, Jonathan Cohler, Thomas Martin, Russell Dagon and Michael Sussman.
Mr. Salvo received the prestigious Chancellor Talent Award full scholarship to study at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music. While at U-Mass, Mr. Salvo made several recordings with Grammy award winning Yusef Lateef for Atlantic records. Christopher continued his studies at Northwestern University where he earned a Master of Music degree in performance.
Mr. Salvo is on the faculties of Westwood public schools, the Performing Arts Center in Framingham and Robinson Music Co.
Mr. Salvo has been an Assistant Teacher in the studio of Jonathan Cohler for three years. Mr. Salvo plays the handmade clarinets of Luis Rossi.