Christina Bagley is a vocalist from Baltimore, Maryland specializing in jazz, pop, and musical theater. Her parents encouraged her musical abilities from a young age, enrolling her in everything from classical voice lessons to participating in Baltimore’s Paul Green School of Rock where she played electric guitar and sang at several professional venues throughout Baltimore. After deciding to pursue a career in music, she completed her bachelor’s degree at Towson University. While studying jazz, she won a DC Metro Theater Arts award for the role of Eponine in “Les Miserables”.
After completing her bachelor’s degree, Western Michigan University offered Christina a graduate assistantship in the competitive graduate Jazz Studies program. There, she had the privilege of studying with renowned composer and arranger Greg Jasperse and Peter Eldridge of the New York Voices. While at Western Michigan University, Christina also had the opportunity to sing and direct in the Gold Company program, an internationally regarded and award-winning vocal jazz ensemble. In the program she sang with recording artists such as Ben Folds, Kate McGarry, Deborah Brown, and The Real Group.
While completing her Master’s degree, Christina was invited to audition live for The United States Air Force Regional Bands Program. She ended up winning the audition and is currently stationed in Langley, Virginia as a vocalist with the high-energy pop/rock band, Full Spectrum. She also performs throughout the mid-Atlantic region as a solo artist and teaches vocal lessons in the Langley, Virginia area.