He has conducted at many of the major concert halls in the UK and abroad, including the Royal Albert Hall, the Barbican, Wigmore Hall, Cadogan Hall, the Bridgwater Hall in Manchester, the Symphony Hall in Birmingham, Tel Aviv, Naples, Paris, Dublin and Sardinia. In addition to his work with Armonico, he has conducted ensembles including the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the Philharmonia, and European Union Chamber Orchestra, and has worked regularly with many of the major UK festivals.
Christopher studied music at the University of Cambridge, and then with David Hill at Winchester Cathedral, before collaborating with many of the world’s greatest conductors as a keyboard player with the CBSO.
Specialising in the music from the Renaissance, Baroque and Classical, Christopher’s performances have earned him several five star reviews in The Times and The Independent, and his recordings are played regularly on Classic FM, BBC Radio 3, and on radio stations across the globe.
Christopher is also founder of the AC Academy education network, which has delivered free first class musical opportunities to over 150,000 children across the UK since it began in 2004.