Chris Walters In Concert

Join pianist & vocalist Chris Walters in the brand new Jazz Cave at the Nashville Jazz Workshop on November 12th, 2021 for a night of original music, performed with his creative animated short films. Walters takes the stage at 7:30pm CDT (Doors at 7pm). He’ll be joined by Emily Rodgers (cello), Chris Lowry (viola), Eli Bishop (violin), Zeb Briskovich (bass), and Jordan Person (drums).



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Chris Walters moved from New York to Nashville in 1989. When not touring with his own band, Chris performs and records as the keyboardist with various artists, including The Jeff Coffin Mu’tet, JD Souther, and The Peter Mayer Group. He has performed with the Nashville Symphony Orchestra and recorded the soundtrack for a documentary film scored by Bela Fleck.

At the age of 18, Walters was a finalist in the Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra’s Gershwin competition. Chris attended the Jazz Studies Program at Webster University in St. Louis, and was listed by them as a notable alumnus in a recent Downbeat magazine article. His debut album, “Strange Fruit,” was featured on National Public Radio’s Jazz South program, and his 2003 release, “Cool Blue Swing,” garnered praise for 11 tracks of original music.

All persons inside the venue must be fully vaccinated and show their vaccination card, ID, and ticket at the door. Per the CDC recommendation, we ask that everyone wear a mask while inside at the Nashville Jazz Workshop. If you don’t have a mask one will be provided for you. Please review our current covid protocols.