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Christopher Chun (b. 1997) is a Korean-American composer for visual media, concert music (Programs include the Houston Youth Ballet, and North/South Consonance), and an avid sound designer.


Pursuing his love for music at the age of 10, Chris began on the Piano and Clarinet. His love for composition and arranging kindled during his time performing with his high school marching band. His first composition was a piece for a marching band called "Planet Earth" that never saw the light. Seeking further guidance in composition, he attended the "American Festival for the Fine Arts" to study composition under Michael Remson, Aaron Alon, and Richard Ford. 


Afterwards, he attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. In 2020, he graduated Cum Laude with a dual degree in Concert Classical Composition and Scoring for Visual Media, with a minor in conducting. During his studies at Berklee, he was under the direction of professor's Rosey Lee, Greg Glancey, Grammy® Award-winning composer Claudio Ragazzi, and Emmy® nominated composer Sheldon Mirowitz.

Christopher is actively working as a freelance composer and sound designer for visual media. Compositions for visual media have been featured in festivals such as SXSW, Palm Springs Short Fest, Massachusetts Animated Film Festival, OnScreen Film and Video Festival, and List-Off Global Network Sessions. Upcoming projects that he is excited to release include "Liminal", and "The Weight of Home".


In addition, he is an active composer for concert music, with works that have been featured and played nation wide. Featuring ensembles include the Houston Ballet, North-South Consonance in New York City, and Contemporary Chamber Ensemble in Boston.


Christopher has worked and performed in venues and studios for Clarinet and Piano. Performances include "Distant Worlds: Music from Final Fantasy" under Arnie Roth in Boston Symphony Hall, "The Jazz Video Game Medley" under Carlos Eine (better known as Insaneintherain), and as a session player for groups such as the "Berklee Film Scoring Studio Orchestra" and artists such as Nina Nevera and LUNA. Additional Venues include performances at Carnegie Hall (New York, NY), and Jordan Hall (Boston, MA).

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