Teaches in Texas
From San Antonio, Texas
Christina is a San Antonio based vocalist specializing in jazz, pop, rock, and musical theater. She has been performing professionally and teaching for over ten years to all ages and experience levels.
While earning her Master’s Degree in Jazz Studies at Western Michigan University, Christina studied under vocal giants such as Peter Eldridge of the New York Voices, Cedric Dent of Take 6, and grammy-nominated vocalist Kate McGarry. During her time as a graduate assistant, she directed the internationally regarded and award-winning vocal jazz ensemble, Gold Company II. She can also be heard on the Downbeat award-winning album, Legacy, released in 2016. While studying, she also performed as a backup vocalist for a Ben Folds Performance with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Outside of school, she sang with The Kalamazoo Funk Collective, and Crime Funk, singing Motown, funk, and R&B favorites.
After graduating, she went on to earn a coveted position as a vocalist with the U.S. Air Force Regional Bands. She toured with multiple groups both nationally and internationally, representing the U.S. all over Japan, Beijing, Thailand, Vietnam, and South Korea. She has performed for audiences up to 100K live and 8 million recorded. Christina has sung with jazz big bands, classic rock and pop groups, as well as performing musical theater, classical, and Disney pieces with a full concert band.
Christina enjoys sharing her love for all things music, and focuses first on technique and vocal health with all her students. She has an individualized approach and encourages creativity and embraces uniqueness in her students.