Biography of Musica Bella Orchestra member Christine Todd

Christine Todd, clarinet, has performed with various musical organizations in the New York area, including the American Chamber Opera Company, the New York Repertory Orchestra, and the Gotham Winds, a woodwind quintet that has been coached by Jane Taylor, founding member of the Dorian Wind Quintet, and clarinetist David Krakauer. Christine is a CPA and holds an MBA degree from Columbia University and bachelors degrees in accounting and German from the State University of New York at Binghamton, where she was principal clarinetist of the university orchestra as well as an active performer of chamber music and solo recitalist. She has studied clarinet in New York with Allen Blustine, leading contemporary music performer and founding member of Speculum Musicae. Christine is currently Associate Vice President for Financial Services and Controller of the Juilliard School.
      She was the clarinet soloist in the Sinfonia Concertante for winds in Musica Bella’s Mozart concerts on May 21 and 22, 2005.

ASSOCIATE CHARTER MEMBER OF MUSICA BELLA

Musica Bella concerts: October 13, 2002; December 8, 2002; March 23, 2003; May 18, 2003; June 21, 2003; October 19, 2003; November 30, 2003; February 29, 2004; May 2, 2004; October 24, 2004; January 30, 2005; March 13, 2005; May 14, 2005; May 15, 2005; May 21, 2005; May 22, 2005; October 30, 2005; January 22, 2006; March 26, 2006; May 21, 2006; June 17, 2006; June 18, 2006; July 8, 2006; October 22, 2006; December 10, 2006; February 18, 2007; April 15, 2007; June 9, 2007; October 14, 2007; October 21, 2007; December 1, 2007; December 2, 2007

This bio last updated January 2005.