Christina, hailed by critics as “a brilliant collaborative pianist” (Wiener Zeitung, Vienna) and “an ideal partner” (Huffington Post), is currently Assistant Professor of Music and the Coordinator of Piano/Collaborative Piano at Keene State College, New Hampshire. She has experience as both an instrumental and vocal collaborative artist, and frequently performs solo recitals with a special focus on new music.
She is on faculty at New England Conservatory’s Summer Institute for Contemporary Performance Practice, and has previously worked at Dolora Zajick’s Institute for Young Dramatic Voices, the Boston University School of Music and the BU Tanglewood Institute Opera Intensive (BUTI), American Institute for Musical Studies in Graz, Austria, and at the Franco-American Vocal Academy (FAVA) in Salzburg. She was also previously Assistant Professor of Music at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Christina has performed as a chamber musician throughout the USA, Australia, UK, Europe, Canada, China, and South America, appearing in recital with many established artists, including Tchaikovsky Competition Bronze medal cellist Bion Tsang, virtuoso violinist Yevgeny Kutik, Israel Philharmonic violinist Sharon Cohen, and Joachim International Violin competition winner Dami Kim. As a Guest Pianist-in-Residence with Venezuela’s classical music program, El Sistema, taught classes, worked with emerging young artists, and was interviewed on TV, newspaper, and radio broadcasts throughout the country. A critically-acclaimed CD with violinist Kathrin ten Hagen entitled ‘Eastern Impressions’ was released under the German label, ARS Produktion. She has been heard on Deutschland Radio, WDR3 Kultur Radio, Bayerischer Rundfunk (BR Klassik, Munich), Radio Caracas (Venezuela), WORD Madison, WRUV Radio Vermont, and Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR). She also recorded a series of demos for Jonny Greenwood’s (Radiohead) soundtrack for the movie ‘The Master’ (Western LLC, 2012). The 2017/18 season includes recitals in the USA, Italy, Germany, and Bulgaria.
She has premiered over twenty works by living composers and feels strongly about performing, teaching, and promoting new music. She has performed both solo and collaborative new works in the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, The Harvard Club, Opera America (NY), New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall, Tanglewood’s Ozawa Hall, Old North Meeting House, Clutch New Music series in Austin TX, NEXTET series, the NEON Festival in Las Vegas, and the Steve Reich Festival in Boston, where she worked with the composer. Recent international concert performances at the Teatro Sociale in Como (Italy), Reaktorhalle (Munich, Germany), Humboldt University (Berlin), École Normale Supérieure (Lyon, France), Joanneumsviertel Museum (Graz, Austria), Amici della Musica Paisello Concert Hall (Lucera, Italy), and the Schloss Frohnburg (Salzburg).
A chamber music CD recording with ‘Juventas New Music Ensemble’ entitled “Spectres” was recently released on New World Records, and a CD of new art songs by Daniel Carr is recorded on MSR Classics.