Christopher Dwyer received his Bachelor of Music degree from the Boston Conservatory, where he studied Piano with Alfred Lee. He received his Masters of Music degree from the New England Conservatory, where he studied Piano with Randall Hodgkinson.
He has performed in master-classes with Phillipe Entremont, Russell Sherman, Leonard Sure, Patricia Zander and others. In addition to his piano studies, he has always had an interest in chamber music. His chamber music coaches include Bernard Greenhouse, Leon Krasner, Laurence Lesser, Harold Wright, and Benjamin Zander. He spent a summer at the Banff Center chamber music festival where he worked with Robert Aitkin, Gilbert Kalish, and Anton Kuerti.
Locally, he has performed with the Art of Music Chamber Players and in the Boston Academy of Music chamber music series, as well as with many of the area's best freelance musicians. As an educator he is a member of the Brown Bag Opera, a faculty member of the Joy of Music Program, and is director of chamber music at the Buckingham Browne & Nichols middle school. He divides his time between performing, teaching and his wife and two daughters in Newton, where he lives.