Workshops and Master Classes


David recently presented a customized series of four workshops on Vocal Pedagogy for students and faculty members at Rowan University.  Each session consisted of a lecture presentation interspersed with interactive work with singers in attendance.  See the fliers below for a list of topics covered.

Contact David to inquire about similar workshops or master classes.

WORKSHOP #1 – Vocal Terminology and Registrational Concepts
Vocal Pedagogy Session IWORKSHOP #2 – Reflexive Singing,  Understanding the Primary Vocal Response: Staccato and Messa di Voce

Vocal Pedagody Session IIWORKSHOP #3 – Vocal Poise: Breathing & Posture

Vocal Pedagogy Session IIIWORKSHOP #4 – Vowels, Resonance, Diction

Vocal Pedagogy Session IV


Next Workshop – Saturday, January 24, 2015

Vocal Pedagogy Session III


Currently, Organist and Director of Music at The Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew and Matthew ( and Conductor of Delaware ChoralArts ( in Wilmington, Delaware, David Christopher has an active career as conductor, organist, church musician and voice teacher.  Born in Philadelphia and raised in southern Delaware, David received his undergraduate degree in vocal performance at West Chester University and recently completed  a graduate degree in organ performance at the Peabody Conservatory of Music.

Known for his keyboard skills, understanding of the singing voice, and skill with the baton, David’s passion for teaching and facility for communicating ideas of interpretation, technique and artistry brings a unique perspective to the many aspects of his musical career.

CLICK HERE to see a list of upcoming performances.

Delaware ChoralArts
Conductor and Artistic Director

The Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew and Matthew
Organist and Director of Music