Chris Cherney has been active in New York as a teacher, performer, composer, and musical director for 45 years. With each passing year his appreciation of the transformative power of studying music grows. His command of different styles has allowed him to perform with a wide range of musical legends from Chuck Berry to the Duke Ellington Orchestra. The New York Times has called his work “powerful, rhythmic and kaleidoscopic.” In addition to his private practice Chris has taught at City College of New York, the Brooklyn Conservatory, and in the New York public school system. He is also a National Endowment for the Arts grant recipient.
Eileen Moran and Chris Cherney
Join us for three extraordinary evenings in the exploration of sound & music hosted by New York Open Center SMI graduates. They will share how their knowledge of integrative sound & music is impacting their day to day practice both personally & professionally. View Details...
Chris Cherney and Eileen Moran
Why is sound universally used as a gateway to meditation and religious ceremony? What do a shell, pinecone or acorn have to teach us about our place in the universe? Sound & Music Training alumni Chris Cherney will demonstrate that human beings are designed on the same principles as the design of a sunflower or a galaxy and that healing sounds are based on these same concepts. View Details...