Christopher Enloe (b. 1997) is a composer, music director, and educator based in Baltimore, Maryland. He is pursuing a DMA in Composition and MM in Music Theory Pedagogy at The Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University, where he studies under Pulitzer- and Grammy-winning composer Kevin Puts.

Christopher's works have been performed in concerts and festivals across the United States and Europe. His collaborators include a diverse array of ensembles and soloists, including the Polish Chamber Choir, O/Modernt Chamber Orchestra, Peabody Symphony Orchestra, violist Nadia Sirota, soprano Ah Young Hong, Ensemble Tacet(i), and Avenue Azure (Ensemble Klang). In the summer of 2023, he served as the Baltimore Symphony's advising composer and discussion panelist for their "AI in A Minor" concert.

Recent awards for his compositions include a BMI Composer Award (2023), the 2025 AGO Pogorzelski-Yankee Award (2023), the O/Modernt Composition Award (2023), Musica Sacra Nova (Second Prize, 2023), an AGO Student Commission (2022), and the John Ness Beck Foundation Award (2019). In masterclasses and workshops, Christopher has received mentorship from composers Oscar Bettison, Felipe Lara, Dan Forrest, Howard Helvey, Libby Larsen, Steven Sametz, and Samuel Adler. He participated in the ACDA Choral Composition Masterclass (2017) and the John Ness Beck Choral Composer's Workshop (2019).

Christopher works remotely as an assistant to award-winning film composer Grant Fonda, providing music to clients including Paramount+, FOX Sports, and Amazon. He also serves as Director of Music Ministry for Baltimore Bible Church and Valley Presbyterian Church.

He holds an MM in Composition from Peabody Conservatory, studying under Michael Hersch, and a BM in Composition from The Master's University. During his high school and undergraduate education, Christopher studied with composers Kevin Memley, Walter Saul, and Grant Fonda.