Christina Bottley is a vibrant and versatile performer who commands the stage. First and foremost a classical pianist, Christina also plays a variety of styles to accommodate any atmosphere. Her vocal styles cover a wide range of music from Jazz, Musical Theater, Blues, Pop, and Rock. She has been a professional performer since 2008, a proud member of Actors’ Equity, and has performed professionally in New York City and Orlando.
Her list of credits include (in NYC): Convention (Frank Walker) – Linda Gross Theater, Edna the Stomper (Musical Director), Winter Graces – New York Holiday Singers, Asian Broadway Chorus – National Asian Artist Project, The Seth-Bisen Hersch Showcase – Don’t Tell Mama’s, Ly’Bane, and Broadway Thai; (in ORLANDO) Miss Saigon (Kim), Avenue Q (Christmas Eve), The Drowsy Chaperone (Trix) The Voices of Liberty – Epcot’s premier acapella ensemble, RadioFree – Acoustic Trio, Unconditional – Inspirational Trio, Wizarding World of Harry Potter – Frog Choir Opening Cast at Universal Studios Orlando, headlined her own solo cabaret: The More You Ruv Someone, sung with multiple acapella groups, performed on cruise ships, and has recorded a variety of radio jingles. Christina was a featured vocalist for a private NBC event at 30 Rock, has shared the stage with many celebrities, and was in a PBS Special featuring Jackie Evancho and David Foster. Over the years, she has received rave reviews and multiple awards for her performances across the board.
In New York City, Christina has had the privilege of being a part of Master Classes; working one on one with elite members of the Theater community such as: William H. Macy, Stephen Brooker (Miss Saigon/Les Miserables), Bryan Perri (Wicked), Lea Salonga, Matthew Broderick; and studies privately with Michael Lavine; a widely acclaimed Musical Director and Performance Coach.
Christina is a proud alum of Atlantic Acting School in New York City, and a prestigious certified Steinway Teacher & Educational Partner.