Contact Nyaho

Bookings and similar inquiries should be directed to Nyaho's representation
Diane Saldick
225 East 36th Street
New York, NY 10016
Tel/Fax (212) 213-3430
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“effortless technique, splendid rhythmic grasp and fullness of tone allowed his performance to reach great heights...”                              TheDesert Sun, Palm Springs, CA

“….fluent….affectionate playing ….”    
New York Concert Review, NY  “

“The love is obvious in the attention Mr. Nyaho gives to interpretation - extreme sensitivity to subtleties - and performance - exciting and flawless technique... a thoroughly satisfying and moving musical experience.”         The Thomasville Times NC



Residency / Workshops

Chapman Nyaho's extensive experience as a professor, concert artist, independent piano teacher, visiting artist and scholar makes him highly sought after for residencies.

Chapman Nyaho is available for two-day to week-long residencies in college and university settings.
He will offer lectures on piano music including works of composers of Africa and the African Diaspora. He is available to give seminars, recitals and masterclasses. He will connects with the students through discussing his art form and his international background and what it takes to be an artist. He performs piano music from various parts of the world including Europe, North America, the Caribbean, South America and Africa

as a National Certified Teacher of Music, Chapman Nyaho is also available for masterclasses, workshops and presentations for the area piano teacher associations. His workshops range from expanding the canon of music to include works by composers of African descent, discussions on piano technique and interpretation, performance and the student’s musical identity. He is also available to discuss various issues and current concepts of teaching with area piano teachers.

Chapman Nyaho is a passionate advocate for art music of African and the diaspora and is available to give masterclasses, lectures and seminars on the topic.

He is also available for outreach programs into the community including learning institutions from elementary, middle and high schools to civic groups. He connects with his audiences through discussing his art form and his international background and his experience as a performing artist and scholar.


Chapman Nyaho's pianism, scholarship has led him to record groundbreaking CDs of music by composers of African descent, Aaron Copland, as well as publishing a five-volume anthology with Oxford University Press.

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