Christianne's research on Singers on a Broadway National Tour was published in the Journal of Singing
Christianne was the music director for FSC's production of The Drowsy Chaperone
Christianne lead a panel presentation on Women Leading Musical Theatre Programs at the MTEA international conference
Christianne presented her research,"Case Study of Vocal Maintenance of Singers on a National Broadway Tour," at The Voice Foundation Annual Virtual Symposium
Christianne lead the "Women in Higher Education" panel at the Southeastern Theatre Conference
Christianne soloed as part of "The Roll Family Singers" at The White House for the Holiday Performer series
Christianne musically directed The Sound of Music at Florida Southern College
Christianne presented her research, "Examining the High Belt Strategies of Singers," at The Voice Foundation Annual Symposium in Philadelphia
Christianne performed a solo vocal recital, "Finally Playing My Part: Songs of Motherhood," as part of Florida Southern College's Festival of Fine Arts Series
Christianne served as the Head of the Voice Department for the Broadway Theatre Project
Christianne will be presenting at the National Association of Teachers of Singing National Conference with Dr. Jeanne Goffi-Fynn: "Working Less for More in the Musical Theatre Voice Studio: Connecting Expectations from the Industry with Practical Solutions for Young Singers"
Christianne presented "Female Belting: The Singers' Perspective" as a faculty member at The Voice Foundation Symposium in Philadelphia, PA
Christianne received the Miller Distinguished Faculty Award from Florida Southern College for Excellence in Teaching
Christianne will be presenting a belt workshop at the Musical Theatre Educators' Alliance international conference in Oslo, Norway
Christianne will present a workshop, "Training the Future Stars," at The Voice Foundation's 45th Annual Symposium in Philadelphia
Christianne will be representing America at the Musical Theatre Educators' Alliance international conference, Australasian Overtures in Perth, Australia.
Christianne will be presenting "The Evolution of the Female Broadway Belt Voice: Implications for Teachers and Singers" as a faculty member at The Voice Foundation’s 44th Annual Symposium in Philadelphia
Christianne will be performing a recital as part of her hometown's Bicentennial Celebration, at St. John's U.C.C. in Kutztown, PA, with collaborator, Steve Sensenig
Christianne will be working with the music faculty of the Broadway Theatre Project, "The World’s Most Prestigious Musical Theatre Arts Education Program For High School and College Students."
Christianne graduated from Teachers College, Columbia Univeristy with her Ed.D.C.T. doctoral degree. She completed the doctoral program in less than four years with a 4.0 GPA.
Due to her experience in the field of musical theatre female singing, Christianne was selected as a CAP21 featured alum
Christianne's disseration, "Female Musical Theater Belting in the 21st Century: a study of the pedagogy of the vocal practice and performance" was published by Proquest for online journal access
Christianne was selected to present two musical theatre workshops at the Southeastern Theatre Conference in Mobile, AL. Her workshop on female belting, "Female Musical Theatre Singing in the 21st Century: is it really Belting?" was presented to a standing room only crowd
With a unanimous decision of her committee, Christianne successfully defended her doctoral dissertation at Teachers College, Columbia University
Christianne will be soloing with the Reading Pops Orchestra as part of the Summer Concert Series, performing Broadway and Jazz standards
Christianne soloed at the University Club in NYC, as part of a Columbia University Board of Trustees award luncheon