She is a Certified Clinical Musician providing therapeutic harp music at medical facilities. When playing at health fairs or special community events such as Grandma’s Marathon or library programs, she brings along several accessible harps for the public to try. She customizes her programs for students with disabilities as an Artist in Residence. Her recent tour brought therapeutic music to Northern Minnesota: Good Vibrations for Winter Wellness
Her harp arrangements for lever harp, double strung harp and Reverie Harp are available via the Creations page.
Through her work with visually impaired musicians, Christina developed the audio music description method No-C-Notes®.
Christina’s former career spanned 3 decades as a software and accounting manager and support for nonprofit, municipal, educational and cooperatives. She currently supports nonprofits and the arts as a panelist and jurists for nonprofit art organizations and individual artists.