Cristopher Frisco has worked on three recent Broadway productions and in many of the East Coast’s finest regional theaters. He was selected to conducted the Philadelphia Premiere of Bat Boy for 1812 Productions, which was awarded a Barrymore Award for Outstanding Ensemble in a musical. He has also acted as musical director and accompanied productions for Westminster Choir College of Rider University, The Walnut Street Theater, Downtown Players, The Theatre Outlet, Lehigh Univeristy, Muhlenberg College, Muhlenberg Summer Music Theater, and the Bucks County and Pocono Playhouses. Cris is on the accompanying staff of the Opera Theatre and Music Festival of Lucca, Italy. As a frequent concert partner for singers and instrumentalists, recent seasons have brought Cris to New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, San Diego, Tai-Pei, Hong Kong, Helsinki, St. Petersburg, and Bangkok. He is currently on the faculty of the Doylestown School of Music and the Arts and is a community outreach instructor in Opera and Classical music for Bucks County Community College. Cris is also the founder and artistic director of The New Voice Project, a fledgling non-profit arts organization that commissions and produces new music.