Chris Urquiaga


Chris Urquiaga is a singer-songwriter and pianist from Silver Spring, Maryland.
In August 2018, he released a Latin pop album called “I’m Here”. The album is available in CD form, on iTunes, and on all the other music platforms. He performed the CD release concert for his “I’m Here” album at the historic Blues Alley in Washington, DC in August 2018.
In 2017, he released an album entitled “Complete”, which consists of original pop songs in English, Spanish, and Portuguese
He has performed concerts at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, The Library of Congress, Strathmore, Signature Theatre, and Conservatorio Nacional de Música in Lima, Perú. In June 2018, He made his Signature Theatre debut as Music Director for the “Entirely Elvis” Cabaret and each show was sold out in attendance. At Signature Theatre, he performed a cabaret entitled “Songs in the Key of Stevie” which was also sold out in attendance. He was an Artist in Residence at Strathmore for the 2016-2017 Season. He graduated from The Eastman School of Music in 2014, where he majored in Music Composition. During his time there, he recorded, performed, and wrote music for his own band, a cappella groups, orchestras, choirs, and various chamber ensembles. He has had interviews and live performances broadcast on ABC News, CBS News, Fox News, WUSA 9, and Univision. He has performed the U.S. national anthem for NBA & MLB games and also for the international tennis tournament, Citi Open. In August 2013, he was invited to perform at The White House for the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington Commemoration, which was hosted and organized by President Obama and the First Lady. He has also performed for U.S. Senator from Maryland, Chris Van Hollen, U.S. Representative John Sarbanes, and Attorney General for the state of Maryland, Brian Frosh. He has been commissioned by the Congressional Chorus, in Washington DC, to compose 3 original works; in 2012 for their 25th Anniversary Concert, in 2013 for a concert entitled “Shakespeare Sings”, and in 2016 for a concert entitled “Young, Hip, and Global”. In 2011, he was commissioned by world-renowned soprano, Carmen Balthrop, to compose two original compositions in Portuguese. He was also commissioned by the Prince George’s Philharmonic in 2013 to compose a piece as their featured season world premiere. In 2008, he received the Kennedy Center Award for Excellence in the Performing Arts.

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