... an Australian tenor, began his life as a musician at the age of thirteen, singing as a boy soprano in the the choir of St. James’ Church King St, where he received a comprehensive education in the English choral tradition including the music of Bach, Byrd, Harris, Josquin, Palestrina, Stanford, Tallis and others composers. His studies included classical vocal performance at the Sydney Conservatorium and a Masters of Music in Choral Conducting from the University of Queensland.
As a soloist, he has sung various roles in the major works, including Handel’s Messias, Haydn’s Creation and The Seven Last Words as well as Bach’s Magnificat and numerous cantatas. As a professional chorister, he spent several years touring in countries in Europe, the USA, and South Korea as a member of various choral groups.
In 2014, Christopher and his wife moved to Berlin, where he continues to pursue his career as soloist and choral conductor.