Khristian Erich Bauer-Rowe

Khristian Erich is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a B.S. in General Mathematics. He ignited his passion for music at the age of 5 after hearing his local church organist Sandy Errico, with whom he subsequently took piano lessons. Under the guidance of Mitsuko Ichimura, he further enriched his love for the piano, performing in venues such as the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, New York City. At MIT, he studied piano performance in the Emerson Scholarship Program under David Deveau and Timothy McFarland from 2009-2011. Khristian Erich was introduced to the organ by his current teacher Christian Lane in 2012, and has developed a tremendous passion for the instrument ever since. He has performed locally, including in Trinity Church, Boston. Currently, Khristian Erich works as a research assistant at the Koch Institute for Cancer Research and is an aspiring doctor.