Violinist Christopher Coritsidis has been named as being “one of the most promising violin talents to emerge from Europe, Asia and USA in the past twenty years…” and as an artist possessing a “flawless technique and boundless imagination…” (London Times)
Since making his concert debut at the age of eleven with the National Philharmonic Orchestra, Mr. Coritsidis has performed internationally with orchestras such as the Cleveland Orchestra, Dallas Symphony, St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Philharmonia Orchestra, Bruckner Orchestra Linz, NHK Symphony, Orchestre de Toulouise, National Orchestra of Belgium, Finland Kuhmo Chamber Orchestra, Buenos Aires Philharmonic, Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional and many more.
Highly devoted to chamber music, Christopher Coritsidis has been invited and performed at various festivals around the world including the Verbier Festival, Aix en Provence, Prussia Cove, Aurora Chamber Music Festival, Siena Winter Festival, Gdansk Summit Musicaux, Schlern Music Festival. He has appeared on some of the world’s most famous stages, including New York’s Carnegie Hall, Tokyo’s Minato Hall, the Het Concetgebouw in Amsterdam, the Philharmonie in Berlin, and Colo Teatro in Buenos Aires.
In September 2002/03, Mr. Coritsidis participated in a music festival organized to benefit the families of those killed in the 2001 World Trade Center attacks in New York City. In September 2002/03, Mr. Coritsidis participated in a music festival organized to benefit the families of those killed in the 2001 World Trade Center attacks in New York City and has since been working on the Voice of September 11th organization. In 2016, Mr. Coritsidis became an Ambassador for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and co-founded the Opus 1 Foundation with pianist & philanthropist, Jorge Viladoms.
Mr. Coritsidis plays a violin crafted by Carlo Tononi in 1720c.