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Known as ‘the Welsh Contemporary Harpsichordist’, Christopher D. Lewis is currently based in San Francisco, California. Born in Rhiwbina, in Wales, he moved to North America in 2005 to study harpsichord with Luc Beauséjour and Hank Knox at McGill University, Montreal. In 2010 he moved to California and completed a master’s degree at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music with Corey Jamason, specialising in contemporary music. In his 2010 début as a recording artist he released The New Fangled Clavier through the New Mix Music label, featuring old and new music and works commissioned especially for this CD. In late summer 2012 he completed his first orchestral album and joined the Naxos label in 2013. Currently he is a Ph.D student at the University of Southampton in England, undertaking research into the history of the modern harpsichord.

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