Christopher Strange is the Graham Rogers organ scholar at Chelmsford Cathedral, a post which he combines with his studies at the Royal College of Music under the tutelage of Margaret Phillips. In January 2018 he obtained his Fellowship of the Royal College of Organists winning the Limpus Prize, Frederick Shinn Prize and Durrant Prize, Harding Prize and Durrant Prize and Dr F J Read Prize.
Christopher began studying the organ with Shean Bowers and David Poulter before attending Chetham’s School of Music where he studied organ with Christopher Stokes and piano with Jonathan Middleton. Christopher took up the Junior organ scholarship at Manchester Cathedral in his Upper VIth year and subsequently held the Sydney Nicholson organ scholarship following the completion of his A levels. He then moved to London to study at the Royal College of Music and for two years held the organ scholarship at the Grosvenor Chapel, Mayfair where he accompanied the Chapel choir in concerts and weekly services.
Christopher also accompanies the Chelmsford Singers in their concerts and tours.