Christopher Cromar was born in Scotland and was educated at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, Chetham’s School of Music, and the Conservatoire Supérieur de Paris. He now works extensively as a conductor, repetiteur, vocal coach and pianist on the concert platform and with many opera companies, choirs (including the BBC Singers and Hallé Choir) and soloists. He also regularly serves the vocal and opera faculties of several British conservatoires. For a number of years he has pursued a successful career as an organist, giving many recitals in Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Cathedral, King’s College, Cambridge, Notre Dame, Paris and in Germany, Holland, Greece and the United States. As a pianist he has performed extensively throughout Europe and made his début at London’s Barbican Centre in March 2006. He has broadcast on BBC television and radio, Channel 4 and Radio France.