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Christopher Chaffee is Professor of Flute and Director of Graduate Studies in Music at Wright State University. He is a frequent guest artist and clinician at high schools and universities across the United States. As a member of the Wright Winds quintet, he regularly performs school concerts and recitals across the Midwest. Chaffee is co-founder of the Sapphire Winds, a wind chamber ensemble that specializes in recording and performing virtuosic wind literature. He is a recording artist with New York City-based Open G Records, and his 2015 album, Four Prayers, is available worldwide. Chaffee has earned degrees from the Eastman School of Music (BM), Michigan State University (MM), and University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (DMA). He was also a four-year student at the Interlochen Arts Academy.
Chaffee, Christopher, "Four Prayers - The Joys and Frustrations of Making a Traditional Classical Music Recording in a High-Tech World" (2016). CoLA Research Conference. 5.
Four Prayers - The Joys and Frustrations of Making a Traditional Classical Music Recording in a High-Tech World