Christine Marie Heath is an accomplished stage performer with over 20 years experience in the theatre world. She has carved out a successful niche as a “cross-over artist,” holding the ability to blend boundaries between genres showcasing both operatic and musical theatre techniques. She is praised as being "Animated, energetic, and seems to truly believe every word that flows from her mouth" by the Savannah Morning News (American Traditions Vocal Competition). And The Catskill Chronicle hails "Heath's stage experience is obvious as she steals every scene she is in." (Delaware Valley Opera -Despina/Cosi fan tutte). She has appeared in leading lady roles on many Off-Broadway NYC stages such as City Center, Saint Luke's Theatre, The Jerry Orbach Theatre and The York Theatre. She has also performed orchestral concert works in Sardinia, Barcelona, Switzerland, El Salvador and Hong Kong. One of her most notable roles is Eva Peron in Evita, which she performed on stage entirely in German with L'orchestra del Teatro Lirico Di Caglieri in Sardinia under the direction of Urs Leonhardt Steiner and also in English with the Ivoryton Playhouse in Connecticut under the direction of Leslie Unger.

A passionate and devoted teaching artist, Christine's focus is on her students.  She is committed to improving performance-based learning both in person and online. She also has experience teaching amongst diverse communities and contributes to highlighting the importance of inclusion. She currently serves as an Adjunct Voice Professor at New Jersey City University, The College Of Saint Rose and New Windsor Music Academy. She has dedicated her life to the performing field and continues to inspire the next generation of artists by teaching workshops, masterclasses and private lessons within her community. She is proficient with lyric diction in French, German, and Italian, is fully equipped with hosting remote lessons, and can happily assist at the piano.

“Do not fear mistakes…there are none.”

Miles Davis