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Christopher Schlechte-Bond is a London-based composer with 10 years' experience working across film, TV, adverts, concert and theatre. He is a Warner Bros Creative Talent Alumni and a Prince William/BAFTA Scholar.

Christopher's music is a contemporary fusion of orchestral electronica. He draws on his classical training and his love of experimental sound design, using traditional and exotic instruments, ambient sounds, field recordings and intricate electronic textures to create a distinctive sound for each project.

Film scoring highlights include the feature film 'Nachtwache' (Nightwatch); the feature-length documentary 'A House in Pieces'; 'Black Samphire' (starring Stephen Fry and featured on Sky News) and working with Movie Music London on 'Snapshot'. With over 50 short film scores that have screened at festivals all around the world, Christopher has developed a sensitive touch to the subtleties of bringing a story alive through music.

Christopher has a 1st Class Honours in Music from King's College London and a Masters in Composition for Screen from the Royal College of MusicHe was mentored by composer John Lunn (Downton Abbey).

Originally from Liverpool, Christopher's love of music started aged twelve with a cheap secondhand keyboard bought from a local car boot sale.

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Christopher has worked with Molecular Sound and Interlude Sounds on ad campaigns for Prose Cosmetics, Isamuae Cosmetics, E&M Active, Salt and Silk Clothing, Charles William Alexander Clothing, Gaudi Jackets at London Fashion Week, UAE National Day and The Alexander Technique.

He has worked with English HeritageThe Nest Collective and singer Sam Lee on the YouTube series 'Songs for England', and with Blocktunes on an innovative series of musical NFTs.

Christopher also contributes production music to Greyman Music and Evolution Media Music, with music featured on many shows such as BBC PanoramaBBC World News, Britain's Cheapest Streets (Channel 4), Escape from Dubai: The Missing Princess, Interior Design Masters, India: The Modi Question, Living with Long Covid, Rich Halls Red Menace, Fleeing, Smuggled, Plot to Kill: Britain's Neo-Nazi Terrorists and Secrets of Your Supermarket Food.

​Christopher has written concert music for Fretwork, Street Orchestra Live, the National Youth Harp Orchestra of Great Britain, the Odin Quartet, Clariphonics, the Heath Quartet, Trio Tritium, Lontano Ensemble, Collective 31, Virtue Orchestra, Helios Opera Company, the Ensemble Novus Orchestra, the Azalea Ensemble, And So Forth Opera Company, the Delphi Quartet, Berlin Festspiele and the Farnborough College Orchestra.

Christopher's love of working with choirs has led him to collaborate with the Cantabile Choir, the Imperial War Museum Choir, Constanza Chorus, King's College Chorus and the Woolwich Singers.

He was featured on BBC Radio 3 through the 'Adopt A Composer' scheme run by Making Music. I've had pieces featured on Et Lux Radio and at the Commonweatlh Heads of Government Meeting in Malta (2015).

Orchestrating for other composers has led him to work with the Budapest Symphony Orchestra, Vratsa Symphony Orchestra, BTS (KPop) Conference in Korea, BTS Classical at the United Nations, the KBS Symphony Orchestra, the Very Berlin Ensemble, the British Sinfonietta at the Scottish Proms, Klangkraft Orchestra, the London Musical Theatre Orchestra and the Ballet Indiana Symphony Orchestra.

In theatre, he has worked with Taximan Productions on the new children's play 'Vanessa and the Stars'; with Elevation Productions on upcoming musical 'The Prophecy' (supported by Re:Bourne and Arts Council England) and assisted composer Jack Blume on the West-End show 'Choir of Man'.


He has also collaborated with artist Ming Wong on the immersive show 'Rhapsody in Yellow' which premiered at the Steirischerherbst Arts Festival in Graz, and won the Rolf Liebermann Award for 'The Den', a micro-opera supported by Opera Harmony/OperaVision, featured by Classic FM and The Guardian.

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