Christina Adamoli is an active musician in the Denver area, with interests ranging from Bluegrass to Opera Theatre. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Vocal Performance from the University of Northern Colorado and completed her Master’s degree in Vocal Performance at the University of Minnesota.Christina has sung with groups such as the Denver Pops Orchestra, Opera Colorado, Denver Opera Collective, and Minnesota Opera’s ECCO program. In 2016, Christina served as a young artist with La Musica Lirica in Novafeltria, Italy and performed the role of Nannetta in Verdi’s Falstaff. Christina has been teaching since 2013 in a wide range of formats, including individual private lessons as well as group lessons. From 2013-2014, she led an introduction to music workshop for adults with developmental disabilities through To the Rescue in Parker, Colorado. In her private instruction, she combines vocal technique with expression and musicality in order to find complete vocal freedom and a balanced production. Lessons are tailored to the individual’s vocal development and focus on ear-training, theory, basic piano skills, breath, alignment,diction, expression, and more. The goal in Christina’s musical instruction is to develop a well-rounded musician and performing artist, equally at ease on stage or at home. She has offered private lessons through Chanson Voice and Music Academy in St. Paul, Minnesota since 2017 and has served as a satellite teacher for both Chanson Academy in Minnesota and Greenwood music studio in Aurora,Colorado since June of 2018.