Christopher McLeod is a Melbourne-based Music Director, Hornist, Composer, and Conductor, currently serving as a freelance Music Educator. A classically-trained Hornist and Trumpeter, Christopher was drawn to Music from a young age, both as a player and as a conductor.
Christopher studied Trumpet at the Melba Memorial Conservatorium of Music, completing a degree in Trumpet under the tutelage of John Grey and Sean Priest, and second study in Piano under the tutelage of Rosa Scaffidi. He studied Choral Conducting under the late Ian Harrison. He is currently under the tutelage of Roland Yeung.
Christopher served as Principal Horn of the Victorian Youth Symphony Orchestra for six years before branching out as a freelance musician, conductor and pedagogue.
Christopher works throughout the state with various schools tutoring in Brass, Voice, Percussion, and Piano. As a musician, he has worked with such luminaries as Leo Sayer, and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Chorus in national broadcasts, and various Brass Bands in national radio and television broadcasts.