Christina Brezeale Kennedy
11A Walnut St
Christina Brezeale Kennedy has been teaching professionally for over twenty-five years in a variety of settings -- from music studios, church basements, and elementary classrooms to junior high school band rooms and college recital halls. She holds a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Choral Conducting from Messiah University and a Master’s Degree in Performance from the University of Maine. Currently serving as choral director at Triton Regional Middle & High Schools, assistant director of the Sounds of Stow Chorus & Orchestra, assistant music director at North Parish Unitarian Universalist Church, and alto in NOVA Women’s Choral Project, she often spends her free time learning about interesting methods and materials to bring to her community and students. Recently she worked as music and chorus teacher at Oxbow Schoolhouse, a Waldorf-inspired independent school, and co-founded and directed two choruses: the All Together Now Chorus, an intergenerational group of singers aged three to seventy; and the Middlesex Children’s Chorale, a treble chorus based in Westford. Additionally, she sang as soprano in Synergy, an a cappella vocal quartet, and as a “sopralto” with a touring choir that made the rounds of cathedrals in England. Working with excellent teachers and colleagues throughout her life has taught her that music is far more than producing sound from notes on a page — that, among many other attributes, it is a way to connect with the past, with her own community, and with others around the world.