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|Birth name||Christina Courtin|
Buffalo, New York
|Genres||Acoustic, folk, soul|
|Occupation(s)||Musician, performance artist|
Christina Courtin (born 1984) is an American singer, violinist, and songwriter.
A performer from an early age and a graduate of the Juilliard School, Christina Courtin released her first, self-titled, album in June 2009 on Nonesuch Records, of which Patrick McKiernan of website allgigs.co.uk stated, "It's nothing short of immense how beautiful this girl's debut album is." She was featured on NPR's World Cafe in 2009. She performs regularly with The Knights, an ensemble founded by fellow Juilliard graduates, brothers Colin and Eric Jacobsen.
- Leahey, Andrew. "Biography: Christina Courtin". Allmusic. Retrieved July 9, 2010.
- "Christina Courtin: An Otherworldly Voice," on NPR June 2009. Retrieved 2012-06-06.
- Official site
- "The Next Somebody," in Time Out NY magazine, February 2006.
- "Christina Courtin Releases New Self-titled Album" on top40-charts.com, June 2009
- Album Review
- Juilliard Q&A with Christina Courtin
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