B I O G R A P H Y
Christopher Chun (b. 1997) is a Korean-American emerging composer from Houston, Texas. Pursuing his love for music, Christopher attended the Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. In 2020, he graduated Cum Laude with a dual degree in Composition and Film Scoring, with a minor in conducting. During his studies at Berklee, he studied with Rosey Lee, Greg Glancey, Grammy® Award-winning composer Claudio Ragazzi, and Emmy® nominated composer Sheldon Mirowitz.
Since his matriculation, he went on to compose original works for a variety of ensembles for concert, film, and ballet. Given the amazing resources provided by his fellow colleagues and peers, he was given the opportunity to create, record, and produce many original works, furthering his craft in composition. Running over 20 studio sessions (at locations such as Mix One Studios, Shames-Family Scoring Stage, The Ark, and many more), he was able to affirm his love for the collaborative arts and composition.
In a quest to find his voice, Christopher’s anticipated release of “Discovery Vol. 1” (Late June 2020), will revive his beloved early works, and bring ‘it’ to its full realization; His first endeavor to find himself as a composer. Given the opportunities, Chris has been able to further construct his abilities in conducting, rehearsal, and knowledge in film and ballet. Christopher continues to encourage collaborative work in a strive to create mellifluous works.