Winner of the Australian Singing Competition’s Marianne Mathy Award and prize winning graduate of the Canberra School of Music, the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester and the National Opera Studio, London, mezzosoprano Christina Wilson has appeared in performances throughout the UK, Europe, the USA and Australia.
She has sung as a soloist at the Royal Albert Hall,Westminster Abbey, Canterbury Cathedral and in recital at the Wigmore Hall, the Temple Square and the Paris Conservatoire.With Glyndebourne Festival Opera,Wexford Festival Opera, Belfast Opera and the State Opera of South Australia she has sung the roles of Clitemnestre, Carmen, Cenerentola, Rosina, Cherubino, Dido, Dorabella and in recent years the roles of David, Irene, Dejanira and Storgé in the Handel in the Theatre’s 2016 production ofTheVow at the Canberra Playhouse conducted by Brett Weymark.
Christina is broadcast regularly on ABC FM and appears locally, nationally and internationally in concert and oratorio, including a recent concert tour to France and England with the CD launch of A Race against Time, a Flowers of War recording of songs and music of Frederick Septimus Kelly. She has been a featured soloist for Voices in the Forest at the National Arboretum, the Canberra International Music Festival and the CSO Prom Concert at Government House.
President of the ACT Chapter of ANATS, Christina regularly adjudicates and gives masterclasses nationally and internationally. She has taught at tertiary level for many years. From 2009-12 at the School of Music in Canberra, and currently at the University of Canberra,
in masterclass at the Australian Institute of Music, and at Sydney University’s Open Conservatorium in BOSTES accredited voice workshops.