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Biography

Mr. Vuk received his B.M. Suma Cum Laude on scholarship from Berklee College of Music. He is also an alumnus of the University of Northern Iowa and Longy School of Music. Described by the Boston Ballet as an “Electrifying violinist,” Christopher made his New York debut at Weil Recital, Carnegie Hall, and has performed with distinguished artists such as Gloria Estefan, Bill Cosby, and Jennifer Holliday as well as a special appearance with John Mayer, and Sesame Street. “Vuk explore[s] different ways of sparking musical interest,” says Boston Globe, in doing so, he has played for varied audiences including George H.W. Bush, Queen Rainia of Jordan, Queen Noor, Mitt Romney, and First Lady, Laura Bush. Christopher is a member of the Red Bull Artsehcro, which performed the world premiere of Raul Yanez’s ‘Concerto for Turntable’ in Issac Stern Auditorium, Carnegie Hall.

He has toured with internationally acclaimed recording artist/composer Tim Janis, Fionnuala Gill, and EMI recording artists Giorgia Fumanti and Ryland Angel, and is also a founding member of the International Musician’s Assembly and the Roads to You Tour in collaboration with concert pianist, Zade Dirani Christopher is the founder/music director of the Boston String Quartet, a contemporary classical ensemble. Christopher has collaborated on several albums for former Scorpions member Robin McAuley, GRAMMY-Winning Turtle Island Quartet, Jeanette Olsson from GLEE!, Jamey Haddad, Dave Fiuczynski, the Boston String Quartet, and his own solo album. Christopher currently records with Navona Recordings, and is distributed internationally through Naxos Recordings. He is the recipient of the Certificate of Congressional Commendation. Christopher is currently the CEO of the Rock and Roll Daycare, Music Makers Foundation Inc. and School of Groove.

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Rock and Roll Daycare. Now, imagine a place where children are encouraged to make mistakes, two-year-olds are learning how to play the violin, and teachers are encouraging children to explore the limits of their potential.

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