Christopher has established himself as a highly accomplished Choral Conductor, working with all ages and abilities from Youth Choirs to amateur Choral Societies to professional ensembles.
He is also an assistant conductor for The National Youth Choirs of Great Britain.
Other Choirs he has worked with include; the BBC Singers, The Choir of Brompton Oratory, Glasgow University Chapel Choir, Royal Holloway Chapel Choir, The Paisley Festival Chorus, The RAM Chamber choir and The National Boys Choir of Scotland.
Christopher completed a masters in choral conducting at The Royal Academy of Music in 2012 studying with Patrick Rusill and Paul Brough.
Alongside his choral conducting, Christopher is head of Choral Singing at Wilson’s Grammar School an ensemble class tutor at The Royal Academy of Music and a freelance consort singer and performs regularly with some of the country’s leading ensembles such as:
The Eric Whitacre Singers,
Christopher also sings in some of London’s premier Church and Cathedral Choirs such as: Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s Cathedral, St Georges Chapel Windsor, The Tower of London, St Bride’s Fleet Street and The Brompton Oratory.