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Rowan Prep Faculty Profile

Christina Bihler


Christina Bihler's extensive performance career is only matched by her passion for music education. Over her fifteen year career, she has performed leading opera roles in Mozart's The Magic Flute (Queen of the Night), Countess Martiza (Countess Maritza), and as the lead soprano soloist in Robert Page's last performance of the oratorio Carmina Burana. Christina has also performed as a soprano soloist under the direction of Sir David Wilcox and Morten Lauridsen. She obtained her Bachelor's degree in Vocal Performance from Rowan University, and went on to obtain a Master's degree in Music Education K-12 from New York University. Aside from being the primary music director at Holy Child Academy in Drexel Hill, PA, Christina performs extensively in the tri-state area, including charity work for the Variety Club of Philadelphia sponsoring children with special needs. During Christina's studio teaching career, her students have gone on to attend reputable colleges and preparatory programs to pursue degrees in both music education and vocal performance.

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