Christopher made his Carnegie Hall conducting debut in a performance of ‘Calling All Dawns’ for orchestra, soloists, and a mass choir from around the world. Whilst in New York, he was interviewed by Xinhua News North America and reflected that music should be "the hammer that breaks down cultural barriers”. Photo by Dan Wright.
Returning to New York City for a new DCINY production at Lincoln Center - Christopher will be conducting ‘Calling All Dawns’ with full orchestra and mass choir. This opportunity is open to all vocal ensembles and singers from around the world. Please visit DCINY’s website for more information.
To Shiver the Sky will premiere premiere on Saturday May 30, 2020 at The Anthem, DC's new 6,000-capacity music venue. It will be performed by the United States Air Force Band and the Choral Arts Society of Washington. To reserve tickets for this free event, please visit Washington Performing Arts' website.
Christopher is currently working on his third album 'To Shiver the Sky’ and completed a Kickstarter to bring his fans closer to the process. With the support of 2,800+ backers, the campaign raised $221,415, smashing the record for most successful classical music Kickstarter ever. Some reward tiers, including VIP invitations to Abbey Road Studios for the recording sessions, are still available on the album's page.
Transforming the classic Chinese song 'Waiting for Your Return' into a sizzling big band and orchestra arrangement, Christopher wrote the opening number of the landmark Warner Brothers film 'Crazy Rich Asians'. Sung by Jasmine Chen, this song is also the first song on the official soundtrack album.