Christopher Cavaliere is a multi-instrumentalist who studied Jazz at Western Connecticut State University where he began exploring the potentials of music composition. His work is a study of music based on contrasting tonal imagery through the use of conventional and unconventional methods. As a composer Cavaliere has written works for Bridgeport Theatre Company productions which include Suburban Decay (co-written by Brian Michael Riley), Dracula, Christmas Carol and To Kill a Mockingbird. As a performer Chris has had the privilege of supporting Marc Ribot, Kaki King, Drums and Tuba, the Stepkids, Antonie Dufour and Composer Yens Wendleboe. Chris has been a featured artist for the Ovation VXT guitar DVD as well as being endorsed by B&K guitars. As a recording artist his 2010 album release entitled Monrovia Suite has been featured in national (AlARM Press, Guitar Player Magazine) and local press (Fairfield County Weekly’s Best Instrumentalist of 2010 and 2011). Cavaliere’s current music projects include band Symphonic Bodega and multi media group DaDA Mr. His music studio is located at the Reads Artspace Building in Bridgeport Connecticut where he composers and records music.