Christopher Narloch has been teaching at his own studio in Ravenswood Manor, Chicago since 2011. He has 75 private students and hosts four studio recitals each year, including one in the annual Horner Park Advisory Council Summer Concert Series. As a passionate advocate of contemporary classical music, he regularly collaborates with a wide range of musicians throughout the Chicago area. He has performed with members of ensembles including Mocrep, Fonema Consort, Dal Niente, Quince, The Zafa Collective, Morton Feldman Chamber Players (MFCP), and is a board member of Ursa Ensemble. He has performed at top venues such as Constellation Chicago, Fulton Street Collective, PianoForte Chicago, Merit’s Gottlieb Hall, Northwestern University, and Experimental Sound Studio (ESS). He also curates and hosts new music concerts at his studio. Christopher received degrees from Bowling Green State University and Viterbo University in Piano Performance and Piano Pedagogy. He has taught at Sherwood the Community Music School at Columbia College Chicago, New Music School of Chicago, and Musical Chairs Studio of Chicago. He received the Chicago Area Music Teachers Association (CAMTA) 2018 Teacher of the Year Award, and was the CAMTA Newsletter Chair from 2011-2018.