Countertenor Christopher Robson has performed in opera houses, concert halls and festivals around the world and has worked with many of the most renowned conductors, musicians and directors on the opera and music scene. He has made countless radio and television appearances and has an outstanding discography. He is an advocate of contemporary compositions for countertenor voice, and numerous roles have been written for him. In 1994 he made his debut at the Bavarian State Opera. In recognition of his many contributions to music and the arts, the Bavarian State honored him with the title of Bavarian Chamber Singer in 2003. In 1981, he made his debut at the English National Opera (ENO) in David Freeman’s production of Claudio Monteverdi’s “L’Orfeo”. He remained associated with ENO as a singer for the next four decades. Christopher Robson was born in Scotland in 1953. He is living in Munich since 2007.