Chris Sinner, a passionate pianist, has devoted his life to music from an early age. He developed his talent under the expert tutelage of Mr Jean-Jacques Kasel at the Conservatoire de la Ville de Luxembourg, where he obtained a Diplôme de la division moyenne avec distinction in 2011 and two first prizes in 2013 and 2014 with first class honours.

He made his stage debut in December 2001, at a musical evening. Since then, he has enriched his artistic career with numerous piano concerts throughout Luxembourg. In July 2017, at the invitation of the Chambre des Députés, Chris Sinner gave a remarkable piano performance at the event of the Association parlementaire de la francophonie. This concert took place at Bourglinster Castle in the prestigious setting of the 43rd Plenary Assembly of the APF. Chris has also shone on the international stage, captivating audiences in Taiwan in May 2019, and winning the Honours Prize at the David Hicken International Piano Competition in Thailand in October 2023.

His influences and inspirations come from renowned pianists and pedagogues such as Jean-Jacques Kasel, Jean Müller, Jean Guillou and Josh Wright. These masters have refined his technique and enriched his understanding of music.