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Christine Anderson

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Christine Anderson was born in Los Angeles, CA, on March 25, 1983. A musical savant, she heard music playing in her head constantly, and after discovering the piano at age nine, barely a year passed before she was soloing with her first symphony. Schooled at home like Mozart, Mendelssohn, and Poulenc, the young Christine Anderson was under strict orders not to listen to the radio or watch television, and instead spent nearly every waking hour mastering the piano. She began competing in piano competitions across the United States and won every single one of them. "Her exceptional technical execution, tremendous degree of energy, and sheer speed at the keyboard belied her young age, leading internationally acclaimed pianist Wladimir Jan Kohanski to label her a child prodigy and to encourage her exploration of Bach. She subsequently entered and won six Bach competition recognitions including two consecutive Bach Festival gold medals for her animated performances of J.S. Bach's Preludes and Fugues."

Anderson attended Scripps College for Women on full scholarship, and received her Bachelor of Arts in Music, with an emphasis on classical piano performance, under the tutelage of Dr. Hao Huang, MM, DMA, of Harvard University, the Juilliard School and the State University of New York at Stony Brook. She earned an additional Concentration in Composition under Dr. Bill Alves, DMA, resident composer at Harvey Mudd School of Engineering.

Stylistically, Anderson has been called the "missing link between Tori Amos and Martha Argerich", but her trademark ability of composing songs impromptu has critics comparing her to jazz players.

She was a special guest on the Sci-Fi Channel's "Dream Team" where she discussed the dreams of creative artists, and she was featured on LA Nightlife during her live piano-vocal performance at Glamourcon.

With Anderson's natural beauty, it's no surprise she has found some modeling success in addition to her music. She has modeled for Von Dutch, Adam Saaks, and Teenage Millionaire, and she posed as Roller Girl for the 2004 West Coast Choppers calendar.


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