Christopher Holman, is an American organist who specializes in music of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Since winning first prizes at the Albert Schweitzer and Young Baroque Artists Competitions, he has performed as a soloist throughout North America and Europe, released two recordings, has been published in Oxford University’s journal Early Music, and is the founder and Editor of the journal Vox Humana. Thanks to a fellowship from the Frank Huntington Beebe Fund, he is now researching and performing on historic organs throughout Europe while based at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in Switzerland, where he directs an undergraduate chamber ensemble and is researching Swiss Renaissance tabulatures. Highlights of the 2017–18 season include performances at the BachFest in Leipzig, Valère Basilica in Sion, Mechanics Hall in Worcester, and for Organi Storici Cortona. He holds degrees from the University of Houston and the University of Illinois, studying with Robert Bates and Dana Robinson.