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About Christine Padua
Christine's highly effective approach to voice has allowed her to continue to help beginning to professional level students of all styles advance their technique with incredible results.
Christine is a master of vocal technique and vocal intonation, which has given her the capacity to work fluently in all legitimate genres of singing, including the full range of popular (jazz, musical theatre, pop ballads, hymnal, etc.) and classic styles. She is also comfortable working with large voices or more technically demanding voices as a dramatic soprano herself. She welcomes all backgrounds, interest and experience levels and works appropriately with each student’s individual needs and goals.
She focuses on properly diagnosing and addressing vocal issues as well as integrating the body to fully support the voice, while respecting and enhancing the natural voice and abilities of the individual. She also focuses on developing artistry and performance practices that are incorporated from a technical standpoint.
As a vocal recording artist in the adult contemporary popular style, Christine has had her music released on the radio in Europe with an independent label. Several of her singles made the billboard indicators top 50 in 2014-2016.
Christine received her classical vocal performance degree from George Mason University in 2009. She has continued her classical vocal studies with a focus on Italian bel canto technique vigorously for years with Mrs. Fabian Bravo, a principle singer at the Met. Mrs. Bravo’s main teacher was the great and beloved tenor, Luciano Pavarotti. She has passed along his traditions and vocal practices to her own students.