up in the spotlight of Hollywood, Christopher M. Allport been
performing in major stage venues, television and feature films since the
age of seven. Christopher is proud to have worked with some of some of
the finest musicians in Los Angeles as well as around the world. He is excited to perform for both local and international audiences.
As a featured or headlining vocalist,
Christopher’s credits include the Disney American Teacher Awards
(Pantages Theater), The People’s Choice Awards (Paramount Studios),
Barbra Streisand’s Timeless (Staples Center Los Angeles), Pasadena
Symphony’s Romeo and Juliet (Pasadena Civic Auditorium), Los Angeles
Philharmonic’s production of Wellington’s Victory March (Hollwood Bowl). Christopher's band, The Cabaret Collective, has played numerous local venues such as Sterling's Upstairs at Vitellos, Fiamme's and The Jeannie Madsen Gallery.
Living the Dream, Essential Modern Broadway is Christopher's new Extended Play CD that will be officially released this spring.
A 2007 single release of David Foster's The Prayer recorded with multi-talented artist Ariana Richards opened
up Christopher's horizons to France, Italy and the rest of Europe where
the CD was received with critical acclaim. Since then, Christopher has
received several invitations to tour and record in Europe with
important vocalists such as Simone Bertolaso (tenor), Michela Carboni
(soprano) and international vocal sensation, Dominika Zamara (soprano).
Received with acclaim in Europe, Christopher and Dominka have recently joined forces to create the Misterioso Duetto,
which will finish a European tour and then come to America. Performing
both sacred and secular music, this pair is building bridges across the
Altantic, with classical, pop, modern and original repertoire.
Christopher is also finishing a sacred album with Simone Bertolaso.
in Hollywood, Christopher can be heard on such film soundtracks as
Pirates of the Caribbean 3, Mr. Holland’s Opus, The Mighty Ducks and
Steven Spielberg’s epic Hook. He has also just finished recording the
demo for a new musical House of Finnegan, composed by Steve Kopandy.
Christopher recently performed with the Los Angeles Master Chorale & American Youth Symphony at
UCLA's Royce Hall to sing the American Premier of Lament and Prayer by
Charles Fox. This modern piece is based on the words of Pope John Paul
Christopher’s performances have been well received on three continents:
America, Africa and Europe. He premiered the Ubi Caritas of renowned
chorale composer Morten Lauridsen. As an actor, Christopher lit up the
stage once again in New York City, starring as dashing, bohemian Prince
Florizel in Shakespeare’s Winter’s Tale.