Christopher Fasulo is a New York City based pianist, organist, and bass/baritone.  From the first time Chris sat at his grandmother's Wurlitzer spinet, music became Chris' life.  Chris was heavily involved in his school's music programs, from chorus to jazz band to theater productions.  Chris was awarded a full theater scholarship to attend the Storm King School from which he graduated valedictorian.  Chris attended New York University as a vocal performance major, and worked as a staffed accompanist for the vocal program's master classes.  Chris has musically directed over a hundred theater productions at venues that include New York University, Wagner College, Marist College, the Duplex Cabaret Theatre, the Atlas Performing Arts Center, and many others.

​Chris also has been a church musician since childhood.  Growing up, he played piano and sang at St. Thomas of Canterbury Roman Catholic Church.  When he was 14, he became Organist and Choir Director at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Newburgh, NY, playing their 1890 Jardin tracker pipe organ.  Chris spent many years freelancing throughout the New York region as a substitute and contract organist.  In December of 2010, Chris became the Director of Music & Organist at First Presbyterian Church of Beacon, NY, playing their 1940 Æolian-Skinner pipe organ.  In September of 2012, Chris became the Director of Music & Organist at the Lutheran Church of the Holy Comforter in Washington, DC, playing their 1976 Karl Wilhelm tracker pipe organ.  As of September 2017, Chris is the new Director of Music & Organist at Trinity Episcopal Church in Ossining, NY.

Chris loves teaching vocal technique most of all.  He has been teaching for 11 years, and several of his students have gone on to perform in Broadway and Off-Broadway productions, as well as several National Touring casts.

Pianist | Organist | Bass/Baritone
Soloist | Instructor | Accompanist | Musical Director

Christopher Fasulo