After obtaining the diploma of concertist at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in medieval and Renaissance music in 1995, Christophe Delisgnes participates, as organettist, in the success of Mala Punica. His discography includes thirty-five productions unanimously praised by critics, notably his recital "The Masters of the Florentine organetto" published by Ricercar and designated disc of the year by the daily "Le Monde". Very involved in the rediscovery of ancient music, Christophe has played with renowned ensembles such as Convivencia, Diabolus in Musica, Amadis, Trob'Art, Syntagma, Les Jardins de Courtoisie, Voir-dit and Compagnie Orion. These various projects have led him to perform in major European festivals: Festival de Wallonie, Festival van Vlaaderen, Musica Infrequente de Madrid, Saintes, Festival d'Ile-de-France, Lanvellec, Toulouse les orgues, Musica Antiqua Radio Bremen , Tage alter Music from Herne, Musicometa from Rome, Cantar lontano from Ancona, Les Prieurales de Graville, Offenes Palais in Dresden, Femas Sevilla.

In addition to his artistic activity, Christophe Deslignes teaches organetto, medieval organ, recorder, ensemble music, medieval dance and improvisation at the Royaumont Foundation, at the CNR of Toulouse and Belfort, at the CNSMD in Lyon, in associations, socio-education, academia and schools, as well as in Saint-Bris-le-Vineux and Sulniax. He has been working since 2004 at the Musée de la Musique in Paris and an interview in pediatrics with the Institut Curie since 2013.