Christopher Fox

Christopher Fox is a composer, teacher and writer on new music.

Music for a Dis-Uniting Kingdom?
The UK is bursting with ideas in new music, writes Christopher Fox, but what are the current trends telling us?
Rethinking Opera
If we want new opera to relate to our twenty-first century experience, we must return to first principles, says Christopher Fox
Composing by Numbers
People plus music: it’s a simple formula for compelling television programmes, but why does screening creativity in music defeat even the most imaginative producers and directors, asks Christopher Fox.
Hard Times for New Music; New Music for Hard Times
Christopher Fox asks how we can best support new music in a recession
The upcoming Printing House Festival of New Music in Dublin is taking ‘Life After Feldman’ as its theme. Composer Christopher Fox looks at the legacy of the great American composer.