Christian Howes

Christian Howes

born on 21/2/1972 in Rocky River, OH, United States

Christian Howes (American)

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For the English/Irish musician, see Christian Howes (English/Irish)
Christian Howes (American)

Christian Howes (born 21 February 1972, Rocky River, Ohio) is an American musician, teacher and composer. He is an associate professor at the Berklee College of Music. His artistic collaborators have included Les Paul[1] and Greg Osby, and his sponsors have included Yamaha.

The 2009 Down Beat Critics' Poll ranked Howes at #2 under Rising Stars/Violin. The Minneapolis-St. Paul Star-Tribune called him "the finest, fieriest jazz violinist since Billy Bang."[2]

Selected discography

  • Out of the Blue with Robben Ford (2010)
  • Heartfelt (2008)
  • Jazz Fiddle Revolution
  • Jazz on Sale
  • Southern Exposure (2012)


  1. Mark Subel, "PBJ & Jazz The Cats and the Fiddle with Christian Howes", Jazz Columbus, 19 February 2010
  2. "The Big Gigs: Shows to watch for in the next week", Star-Tribune, 23 October 2008

External links

  • Official Website
  • Christian Howes at Resonance Records
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