Christine Mazza teaches harp to University and Community Music students at West Virginia University. She performs...
Christine Mazza teaches harp to University and Community Music students at West Virginia University. She performs regularly with the Pittsburgh Opera and the Pittsburgh Ballet Orchestras. She is also principal harpist with the Johnstown Symphony.
Mrs. Mazza performs with The Latshaw Pops Orchestra, touring Midwest and East Coast venues. Past credits include the Wheeling W.V. Symphony, New Jersey Symphony, the Cleveland Opera Orchestra, and the Cincinnati Ballet. She performs for schools and hospitals with her students and is featured in the West Virginia Arts in Education Program.
She is also founder and director of the Morgantown Harp Ensemble and the Morgantown Chapter of the American Harp Society. Christine Mazza studied harp with Alice Chalifoux at the Cleveland Institute of Music, where she received her Master’s Degree in Harp Performance.