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Name Kristina Finch, Harpist
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Homepage www.kristinafinch.com
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Name Kristina Finch
Phone 7578105964
E-mail kfinchharpist@gmail.com

A native of Williamsburg, Virginia, Kristina Finch is currently pursuing her Doctoral degree in music at the Eastman School of Music, studying under Kathleen Bride. Kristina began playing the harp at a young age, studying with Barbara Chapman, the principal harpist for the Virginia Symphony Orchestra. In 2008 Kristina graduated with a Bachelors degree in Music Performance from the Eastman School of Music, and continued on to graduate in 2010 with a Masters degree in Music Performance from Florida State University, where she studied with Mary Brigid Roman.

Kristina is the principal harpist for the Orchestra of the Southern Fingerlakes and has been a guest and featured artist with multiple professional ensembles, including: Madrigalia, Concentus Women’s Chorus, Florida Festival Singers, Valdosta Symphony Orchestra, Albany Symphony Orchestra, and Virginia Choral, as well as performing with the Eastman School Philharmonic Orchestra, Eastman Wind Ensemble, Florida State Chamber Singers, and Florida State University Symphony Orchestra.

Kristina has 10 years of experience playing weddings, events, and also maintains an active solo performance schedule, performing solo and chamber recitals around the country. Most recently she was a featured artist with the Eastman School Symphonic Orchestra, Spring 2011, as the first place winner of the Eastman concerto competition.

Kristina Finch, harp


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