Christopher Fox (b. 1975) is the Director of Choruses at Glenelg High School in Howard County, MD.  An in-demand composer, conductor, and clinician, he has been a part of more than one hundred projects over the last decade. Mr. Fox is considered a specialist in the changing voice in the Tri-State area, and prior to moving to high school, hosted a choir program with just under 100 middle school tenors and basses (15% of the school population).

Recently hailed as “a new, bright star in the sky of choral arranging for children,” (Crocker) his compositions are distributed internationally with Alfred, Hal Leonard, and Santa Barbara, and have earned multiple “Editor’s Choice” awards.  He has been commissioned by the VCDA Junior All-State Choir, Virginia Organization of Kodály Educators, Fairfax Choral Society, Penn State University, Central PA/ACDA’s Boyz Noyz, as well as several Tri-State District Honors Choirs.

Mr. Fox served for eight years as adjunct faculty for the University of Mary Washington Theatre Department and has twice been awarded “Teacher of the Year.” He received his Bachelor of Science in Music Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and his Master’s in Education from The University of Loyola, Baltimore where he also received his Kodály certification from The American Kodály Institute. 

In his free time, Mr. Fox enjoys traveling with his wife, Stephanie, and his children, Lily and Porter.