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Stay At Home Choir - Baba Yetu

Stay At Home Choir to Perform 'Baba Yetu'

Christopher is once again collaborating with Stay At Home Choir to produce a virtual reality recording of 'Baba Yetu'. In addition to creating a recording and YouTube video, as they did last year with 'Sogno di Volare', SAHC is partnering with Brunel University to create a 360° video and spatial audio experience. For more information on SAHC and how to join, click here.

The Lost Birds

The Lost Birds Earns Critical Praise

Christopher's latest album, 'The Lost Birds', has received excellent reviews from critics, including BBC's In the Studio, PRI's The World, Apple Music, and many more. The album has been called "a requiem for the ages", "poetry of a high order", and "a thing of great beauty". You can read more reviews here.

Stanford Live

Scala Radio Residency

Christopher has been invited to be a guest presenter as part of the Scala Radio Residency. Once a month for four months, he will present some of his favorite music from the concert hall, the film screen, and the video game world. You can tune in or learn more at scalaradio.co.uk.

2 GRAMMY® Nominations

Two GRAMMY® 2023 Nominations

Christopher has received two nominations for the 2023 GRAMMY Awards®. His latest album The Lost Birds was nominated in the 'Best Classical Compendium' category, and his score for the game 'Old World' was nominated in the 'Best Score Soundtrack For Video Games' category. The winners will be announced on February 5th, 2023.

New Album Out Now

Yamaha Artist

Christopher is officially a Yamaha Artist. He joins a roster of elite musicians with Yamaha's endorsement, and who use Yamaha instruments to create their music.

New Album Out Now

'The Lost Birds' Out Now

The Lost Birds is now available for purchase and streaming everywhere. The release is paired with a new music video for the album's final track, "Hope is the Thing With Feathers" which can be viewed here.

Lost Birds Octavos

'The Lost Birds' Choral Octavos Available Now

Hal Leonard has released three choral octavos from Christopher's upcoming album The Lost Birds: "The Saddest Noise", "Wild Swans", and "All That Could Never Be Said". These octavos present the movements as SATB divisi a cappella. They can be purchased here.

Lost Birds Octavos

Curated TIDAL Playlists

Christopher has curated an official playlist for The Lost Birds on TIDAL. This playlist features music that inspired the album, as well as music that shares a message or feeling with the album. The playlist can be accessed here.


The Lost Birds' on nkoda

Christopher has partnered once again with digital sheet music app nkoda to create a special The Lost Birds feature. It includes a playlist of sheet music that inspired or is thematically related to the album, and custom visualizations of various movements of the piece. Additionally, until the live premiere in February, nkoda will be the exclusive home of the full score of The Lost Birds. For a 30 day free trial of nkoda, click here.


Webinar with Hal Leonard and the ACDA

Christopher will join Hal Leonard and the American Choral Directors Association for a webinar discussing Multiculturalism, Language, and Soundtracking Humanity. He will do a deep dive into his compositions, use of languages, and his latest album, The Lost Birds. Register for the webinar here.


'The Lost Birds' Live From London

Critically acclaimed vocal ensemble VOCES8 will give the virtual premiere of Christopher's latest work, The Lost Birds as part of their ongoing virtual concert project 'Live From London'. Also on the program are Vaughan-Williams' "The Lark Ascending", and new works by Eric Whitacre and Caroline Shaw. You can get tickets to the concert here.


"Crazy Creative Asians" Panel

Christopher will take part in the inaugural Film Speaker & Screener Series event from the Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Los Angeles. The event will feature top AAPI talent from across the film industry, including Kelly Hu, Andy Cheng, Leo Chu, Alexa Khan, and Trevor Morgan Doyle, moderated by Nicholas Lam. Tickets are $10, or free for students - you can get yours here.