Cristina Jones is The Blind Soprano hailing from Southern California. She has performed recitals, concerts, and operatic works domestically, as well as internationally. Notable highlights include portraying Queen of the night in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte, The Mother in Amahl and the Night Visitors, Beethoven’s 9th Symphony, Art in the Dark, various disability awareness concerts, including for the BBC and Segerstrom Hall during their Disability Celebrations, and various creative projects that have enabled her to tell her story through musical means.
Upon receiving her Bachelors of Music from California State University, Fullerton, where she studied with Linda Leyrer, Cristina graduated with distinction from the Royal Academy of Music where she received her Master of Arts in Vocal Performance. While there, she studied under Julie Kennard. Currently, she studies with Fred Carama, and she spends her time performing, teaching, and consulting with various artistic and educational establishments on the ease of inclusion for blind people in the performing arts.
To learn more about Cristina and to keep up to date with her engagements, please visit her at www.theblindsoprano.com.