Meet The Director
Christopher Mosley is a teaching artist from Atlanta, Georgia. He is an alumnus of Atlanta Symphony Orchestra's Talent Development Program and Georgia State University. As an educator, he has taught at every level, from kindergarten to collegiate, and provides professional development coaching for current educators. In addition, Mosley has served as a faculty member at The Waldorf School of Atlanta, Tri-Cities and North Springs high schools, Charles Drew Charter School, and currently at The University of West Georgia.
He continually dedicates his time to working with students worldwide as they prepare for concerts in prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Sydney Opera House. Additionally, Christopher served as the clinician and conductor for Atlanta Public Schools' Honor Orchestra in 2018 and currently operates as Metro Atlanta Philharmonic's Associate Director.
Christopher has held the role of principal for the Georgia State University Symphony Orchestra, the Atlanta University Center-wide Symphony Orchestra, the New Atlanta Philharmonic, and Orchestra Noir. Mosley has worked with artists such as 2 Chainz, Migos, Ludacris, India Arie, Robin Thicke, Jussie Smollett, and Michael Stuckey. and has performed on stage at BET's Soul Train awards. Additional performances include UNCF's Evening of Stars and BET's Hip Hop Awards. Mosley has recorded at Patchwerk Studios, Twelve Music Group, the Artists' Factory, and 800 East.
He is currently the owner and director of MPA Productions, a musical production company focused on increasing the visibility of minority string players in and around metro Atlanta's public schools. In addition, he is constantly working to develop new and innovative ways to create music.