Skip to Content Skip to Navigation

Christina Harrison: Reviews/Press

PERFORMANCE AND MEDIA REVIEWS

"After viewing Ms. Harrison's solo performance there was no doubt in my mind that her performing and teaching skills were masterful. Ms. Harrison is a dream artist."
Kristin Kingsland Brown - Aiken Center for the Arts, SC (Oct 25, 2008)
"She gave us a stunning performance...she is truly a "Treasure of Maryland."
Carl Baron - Gwynedd Friends Coffeehouse, PA (Oct 16, 2008)
"As an artist Christina Harrison is a perfectionist who desires that all elements work seamlessly in order to produce the best performance possible. It is not ofen that you find a Celtic artist of this caliber...there was a large waiting list for any tickets that were turned in.."
Michael Petkewec - former director - - The Milburn Stone Theatre, North East, MD (Oct 22, 2008)
"I am writing on behalf of Christina Harrison, a gifted musician with whom I had the pleasure of working during my tenure as Executive Director of the Cecil County Arts Council, MD. She is not only a "fine musician," as the world-famous group The Chieftains has acknowledged but also a superior businesswoman. MS. Harrison has a a gift of creating an intimate atmosphere in large venues. I feel honored to have worked with her."
Erin Murphy - Cecil County Arts Council, MD (Oct 21, 2008)
“Christina Harrison is a fine singer and deserves a larger audience.”
Charlie Byrd, Annapolis, MD - CHARLIE BYRD (Dec 15, 1995)
"Playing with you was a pure joy...you are a fine musician"
THE CHIEFTAINS - THE CHIEFTAINS (Apr 11, 1995)
“Stunning Voice.”
KUNV Las Vegas, Mostly Folk, Nevada (Nov 29, 2000)
“Every so often (rarely) you chance upon an artist whose work is evidently a class apart from all the others. Christina is one of those artists who deserve the worldwide recognition reserved for the few and elect…”
The United Nations Fao Casa Gazette, Rome, Italy. (Mar 21, 1998)
“Christina has a very distinctive voice and brings a clear and bright edge to a well chosen program.” –
RADIO TAY, SCOTLAND (Jan 12, 2000)
“You can’t but listen to her voice if you hear it, and you can’t but love her voice if you listen to it. That is because Christina, having grown up in the idiom, is so able to use it expressively.”
CELTIC BEAT Magazine (Feb 15, 2000)
“Harrison’s voice is a powerful instrument, deftly infusing each song with new power and spirit.” –
RAMBLES Art Magazine (Aug 18, 2000)
"US based Scottish singer with a powerful and striking voice."
FOLK ROOTS MAGAZINE, U.K. (Aug 21, 2000)
Christina’s brilliant voice and broad repertoire delight everyone in her audience.
Mardee Gove - The Goves’ House Concerts, Wilmington, DE (Oct 20, 2008)
“Christina has done both Celtic Crossroads and the New Hampshire Highland Games with great success. This diminutive lass from Glasgow has a crystal clear voice that would melt an iceberg.”
Dave Christy - Celtic Crossroads, Loon Mt., NH (Nov 9, 2002)
“Christina is by far one of the most personable and easy artists that I have worked with in over twenty years.”
Chris Porter - St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church Coffee House, Earleville, MD (Oct 8, 2008)
“Having Christina headline our event was singularly one of the best decisions we made. People love her and for good reason: she is a consummate professional who has an energizing personality that makes people feel they are in the presence of one of the finest.”
Tom Campbell - Black Hills Higland Festival and Scottish Games, SD (Mar 22, 2005)
“You are a gem. Your fine music made our Burns Dinner a special night to remember.”
Bob Spencer - St. Andrew’s Society of Baltimore, MD (Jan 22, 2000)
“Thank you for the marvelous work you did at the Savannah Irish Festival. I know the people of Savannah want to see you again.”
Bobby Buttermere - Savannah Irish Festival, GA (Mar 4, 1995)
“I have received nothing but compliments for your participation in providing entertainment at the Burns Night Celebration.”
George Stewart - St. Andrew’s Society of Pittsburgh, PA (Feb 9, 1996)