Christopher Sajadi is a sophomore at Salisbury University seeking a dual major in Violin Performance and Biology (Pre-Med). He has been a recipient of numerous scholarships such as the Salisbury Wicomico Arts Council Community Service Awards, the Douglas I. Smith and Paul S. Hyde scholarships and the Salisbury Symphony Orchestra Student Awards. Christopher has studied violin with Dr. Sachiho Murasugi for the past eight years, played guitar as a student of the Academy of Music Performance (AMP Studios) under the direction of Susan and Gino Bailey and has studied piano with Dr. Linda Cockey. He was recently featured as a violin soloist in the SSO winter concert (2018) and has enjoyed performing in numerous recitals, community events, benefits and festivals and now teaches violin at the PRESTO Academy as well as guitar at AMP Studios. Other activities include a musician in the SU Department of Theatre’s 2018 production of “One Man, Two Guvnors,” a participant in the SSO Connections Concert, a member of the Chamber Music Ensemble, and a previous member of the Salisbury Youth Orchestra.