Christopher Jenkins is a performer and teacher in the Northern Virginia area. He has given performances both at home and abroad, from Spain and Argentina to locations in South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Texas, and Washington D.C. He has premiered works by various composers, notably Ralf Bauer. In addition to performance, Christopher is a on the faculty at the Eastern Mennonite University Preparatory Music Program.
He holds his Master's Degree in Music from the University of South Carolina School of Music where he studied with Christopher Berg and received his Bachelor's Degree from the George Mason University School of Music.
Since 2009, Christopher and Brett Floyd have been performing together as The Coda Duo. The duo has performed dozens of concerts and also won first prize in the UTB/TSC Classical Guitar Ensemble Competition in Brownsville, Texas. Brett and Christopher released Sonata Andaluz in 2010, which included a new three-movement work dedicated to The Coda Duo. In early 2014, the duo will release their second album, Spaces Between. Their work can be found online at CDBaby, Amazon, and iTunes.
Christopher has performed in masterclasses for greats such as Pepe Romero, Martha Masters, Gilbert Biberian, Gallardo Del Rey, and Joaquin Clerch. Of special note, he has studied in a series of classes and instruction by renowned guitarist and composer Roland Dyens. In July of 2006, he studied classical guitar in Granada, Spain at the Interpretation of Spanish Song Festival where he appeared in concert at El Ladron de Agua Hotel.