Christine Jobson is a native of Miami, Fl. Her musical gifts first became evident as a student at Miami Union Academy in North Miami, Fl. After graduating, she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Music Education from Oakwood University, and a Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance from the University of Kentucky. She also studied at the American Institute of Musical Studies in Graz, Austria. Currently, Christine is enrolled in the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami where she is pursuing a doctoral degree in Music: Vocal Performance and Pedagogy. Of particular interest to Christine is the preservation and dissemination of vocal music written by African American composers including Negro spirituals, anthems, art song, gospel, and hymns. As a concert singer, Ms. Jobson has been featured in Spain, Bermuda, Portugal, the Bahamas, Austria, and all over the United States. Locally, she has been featured as a soprano soloist for the Delray Beach Chorale, the Hampton House Community Trust’s presentation of Handel’s Messiah, Art Basel, the Curtiss Mansion, and the City of North Miami’s Inauguration of Mayor Smith Joseph. She has also performed roles in the following operas, La Bohème, Signor Deluso, and Porgy and Bess.
As an educator, she served as a music teacher and choir director at Miami Union Academy and as an adjunct professor at Barry University and Florida Memorial University. She also maintains a private music studio. Here’s what special about Christine: she possesses a beautiful, pristine voice that somehow reaches into your soul and makes your heart listen. She also has a fun-loving, caring personality to match. Please journey with Christine as she seeks to share love, peace, and joy with the world through music.