An active recitalist, collaborator and chamber musician, Christopher Dillon recognizes that today’s music student needs a well-rounded musical education. His goal has always been to train the next generation to be musically self-sufficient, knowledgeable, and confident, having the skills to play whatever music they desire.
Christopher Dillon was featured piano soloist with the San Luis Obispo County Symphony at the age of 17. That same year, he attended the Music Academy of the West in Santa Barbara, California, where he studied with Jerome Lowenthal.
Dr. Dillon pursued his education at the Eastman School of Music, the Oberlin Conservatory, and the Peabody Institute. While at Peabody, he studied with Julian Martin, Ellen Mack, and Robert MacDonald. After receiving his Doctorate from Peabody, he served as adjunct faculty there for three years; He has taught theory at Towson University since 2003. Dr. Dillon is presently Lecturer in Theory and Piano at Towson University.Check Availability