Christopher Hampson

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Born: 1980


Christopher Martin Hampson (b. 1980) is an English organist, conductor and composer. His professional highlights so far include the positions of Organ Scholar of St Edmund Hall, Oxford, Assistant Cathedral Organist of St Mary's Cathedral, Glasgow and Organist-Choirmaster of Groton School, Massachusetts, USA. Chris has appeared on BBC radio many times as either organist, accompanist, solo singer or choir member. He has completed an MMus under the supervision of John Butt with a thesis on the topic of Bach performance practice. Since 2014, Chris has lived in the Pacific North West with his wife and two daughters. He remains in demand as a musician and also as a classical audio engineer. Chris is an avid reader of theology, enjoys drinking wine, and taking walks with his dog, Max.

For more information on Chris' other projects, including his recordings of the complete keyboard works of Johann Sebastian Bach, please visit

List of choral works

Arrangements by Christopher Hampson

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