Music can name the unnameable and communicate the unknowable

- Leonard Bernstein



Canadian violinist Christina Duncan likes making people happy through music. She enjoys giving concerts and creating music for special events.

She has performed in concert halls such as: Vienna Musikverein, Palace Schönbrunn Theater and Konzerthaus Linz. Her festival performances include: International Festival Orpheus, Vienna. Festival Bled, Slovenia. Mozarteum Summer Academy, Salzburg.

Ms. Duncan is currently directing the film adaptation of the book `Classical Violin Technique, a Certain Path to Technical Perfection` by Prof. Michael Frischenschlager.

As a way of sharing her musical journey Christina created music vlogs. The vlogs include classical pieces, Disney covers filmed with aerial drones and coincidentally christmas caroling with Team Canada Hockey Juniors 2020.

A desire to advocate for classical music and music education led her to minor in Music Entrepreneurship at McGill University and obtain a Masters in Cultural Management Masters at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna.

Ms. Duncan is a student of Prof. Micheal Frischenschlager and is pursuing a Masters at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. She holds a Bachelor of Music from McGill University, class of Alex Read and Prof. Denise Lupien.


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