Christopher’s background and interest in classical music means he is increasingly in demand for collaborative projects as narrator, reader and presenter for concerts and recitals. His concert appearances range from regular recital partnerships with the pianist Gamal Khamis and the Bridge String Quartet, to full scale orchestral and choral presentations and narrations.



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NEVER SUCH INNOCENCE with Gamal Khamis, piano, 2016-18

The acclaimed narrative recital of words and music from the First World War seen in London and on tour nationally in the UK.

“An incredibly moving performance” Katie Derham, BBC Radio 3

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The Voice of God in NOYE’S FLUDDE at ECC Theatre London, conducted by Lee Marchant, 2017

Conductor Lee Marchant’s production of Benjamin Britten’s Noye’s Fludde featured full orchestra and a cast of professional soloists, including actor Christopher Kent as the Voice of God, joined by a chorus of several hundred local school children.

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THE COMPOSER IS DEAD with West London Sinfonia, conducted by Philip Hesketh, Ealing Music & Film Festival, 2019

Based on the children’s book by Lemony Snicket this highly entertaining work for Narrator and orchestra by US composer Nathaniel Stookey is a kind of musical whodunnit in which an Inspector is called in to solve the mystery of the composer’s death.

“Christopher Kent, the WLS and Philip Hesketh were all FABULOUS - thank you all so much for a wonderful event!” Ealing Music & Film Festival


MEMBRA JESU NOSTRI with the Orlando Chamber Choir, conducted by Will Dawes, 2016

London’s celebrated Orlando Choir decided to intersperse this rare performance of the exquisite cycle of renaissance cantatas by Dietrich Buxtehude with readings by Christopher Kent of secular poetry on related themes by writers including Philip Larkin, Simon Armitage, Emily Dickenson and others.


SEVEN LAST WORDS with The Bridge Quartet, 2019

The Bridge String Quartet is an internationally famous chamber ensemble with a discography of over fifty recordings. For Easter performances of Haydn’s timeless Seven Last Words they were joined by actor Christopher Kent who selected and read classic and contemporary poetry between the movements in a recreation of the work’s 1786 premiere.

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MYTH, HOPE & TRAGEDY with River of Music, 2017

To commemorate the centenary of the Russian Revolution, piano trio Yoriko Wakabayashi, Michiko Gibbs and Simon Trentham were joined by actor Christopher Kent who read from writers including Yevgeny Yevtushenko, Svetlana Alexievich and John Reed