Chris DiMarco


Born and raised in Naperville, IL, Chris DiMarco graduated from Wheaton College’s Conservatory of Music in 2017 with a degree in music education.  He is a lyric baritone (with a bass-baritone range!) and immensely enjoys performing in many types of roles. His most recent vocal achievement occurred in early January of 2017, when he donned the famous panpipes of Papageno in Mozart’s Die Zauberflote.  At Wheaton College Conservatory, he received widespread acclaim both for his work as a music educator and as a vocal performer; he was a featured soloist and understudy for several of Wheaton’s large-scale choral productions. Currently, Chris works in District 204. He is a Title I Instructional Assistant & Translator at Longwood Elementary, and at Metea Valley High School he is a private voice instructor and also teaches choral technique. Among many other things, Chris enjoys music, food, reading, logic, substantive discussion, a variety of physical activity, and spending time with his friends and family.