B I O G R A P H Y
Christopher Enloe (b. 1997) is an emerging composer and multi-instrumentalist from Hanford, California. He has been selected as a finalist twice in the Ithaca College Choral Composition Competition (2013 and 2016) – one of the youngest composers to receive that honor. In 2016, he was awarded the Kol Emet Young Composer’s Prize for Jewish Music under adjudication by Dr. Samuel Adler, and was also a finalist for ASCAP’s 2016 Morton Gould Young Composer Awards. In 2017, Christopher was invited to the ACDA national conference as a finalist in the Brock Student Composition Competition, participating in masterclasses with Libby Larsen and Steven Sametz. Christopher has studied privately with award-winning and published composers Kevin Memley, Dr. Walter Saul, and Grant Fonda.
Christopher graduated summa cum laude from The Master's University in the Los Angeles area, earning his BM in Music Composition. His ultimate goal is to earn his DMA in composition and form a career of writing concert music and teaching at the conservatory or university level.