Christina is currently a percussionist in the University of Central Florida Percussion Studio pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Music Performance. Christina graduated from Douglas Anderson School of the Arts in Jacksonville, Fl with a focus on classical percussion and jazz drum set. During her years at Douglas Anderson, she studied with Kevin Garry, percussionist and drum set player for the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra. Christina has had the privilege of performing in Carnegie Hall twice and toured Europe and the East Coast with the Florida Symphony Youth Orchestra. She has been the drum set player in the pit orchestra for two musicals at Douglas Anderson, Ragtime and Violet, as well as multiple performances of Godspell, Spring Awakening, and It’s A Wonderful Life with Apex Theatre Studio, and Heathers with Limelight Theater. Christina held the role of principal percussionist in the Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestra and had the privilege of performing with the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra during her time there. She currently performs regularly with UCF percussion, symphonic, and jazz ensembles. Christina also continues to play drums every Sunday at her church in Jacksonville. She plans to obtain her masters and doctorate degrees in music and continue to pursue her dream of playing percussion and drum set professionally around the world.