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Christine Matovich on Rhythms

Christine joins Yours to Create in this mini-podcast with a preview of her thoughts on the next episode.

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Christine Matovich, Founder of CommonTime.online.

Maker of the possible.

See a need, help it. Have a question, answer it (or find someone who has the legitimate knowledge to do so). Find an obstacle, overcome it.

We need the arts.

“CommonTime may not save the day but it sure can empower Educators, Artists, Arts Organizations and their learners by providing the tools to do so.” – Christine

Christine is also currently the Performing Arts Coordinator and Outreach, Music Educator at International School of Stuttgart. As an arts administrator, she focuses on development by growing programs, growing funds, growing community, and a deeper love and appreciation of the performing arts in students and audiences.

Arts in service and community outreach are vital to the performing arts. In Beijing, she has hosted multiple fundraisers through the performing arts and outreach masterclasses to educate audiences on the importance of process-based music education. She has conducted music outreach programs for over 10,000 children through various charities in India.

She is an accomplished conservatory-trained opera singer who has performed with the New York Philharmonic, American Symphony Orchestra, and other ensembles in the United States, China, Europe, and India.

She holds her Masters in Arts Administration from the University of Kentucky, AOSA Orff Schulwerk Music Pedagogy certification, Bachelor’s degree in Italian Language and Literature from San Francisco State University. She also attended the Fiesole Conservatory in Florence, Italy, and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. She was granted her Master of Arms from the United States Fencing Association in foil.  In addition to these qualifications, she also plays cello and speaks four languages, and most importantly, enjoys quality time with family, friends, and her singing dog.

Yours to Create’s theme and interludes are by Maisie Bull. Yours to Create is produced by New England Innovation Academy.

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