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Christina Harrison: Reviews/Press


"Because of your success in capturing the hearts and imagination of our students through your music we have asked you to join us again and again to share your Scottish heritage. You never disappoint and as you grow as a world-class performer and musician we have been the beneficiaries of your magic with music. It was truly a magical moment to hear those 300 voices raised in song to your accompaniment."

Donna Thachik - Conowingo Elementary School, Cecil County, MD (Oct 21, 2008)
"I wanted to thank you personally for your wonderful performance at the Cecilton Branch of the Cecil County Public Library. The children adored you and the stories you shared through your songs. The children's parents expressed how much they enjoyed your music too. Your enthusiasm was contagious, as seen by the participants' expressions. I would highly recommend you for future events."
Mary W. Nickerson - Cecil County Public Library, Cecilton Branch (Oct 30, 2008)
"Thank you so much for so graciously agreeing to come and sing for us. Everyone enjoyed your performance immensely. You have a beautiful voice."
Linda Handling - The Tatnall School, Wilmington, Delaware (May 12, 1999)
"The students enjoy more than just an excellent concert, they also benefit from a social studies lesson and celtic culture.."
Mr. Schmook, Principal - Chesapeake City Elementary School, Maryland (Mar 30, 1999)
"Christina certainly knows how to capture the audience with her lovely voice and enthusiasm. Kids and grwon ups alike love her gently charm and clever songs. You skillfully encouraged the audience to particiapte and become part of the performance."
Nancy Heinold - Cecil County Public Library, Maryland (Aug 10, 1995)
"Ms. Harrison was the best Christmas present I've ever given my class in 20 years of teaching.."
J. Harding - Chesapeake City Elementary School, Maryland (Dec 20, 1997)
"The concert you gave at the library on Sunday, March 26, was delightful and it was a wonderful way to spend a Sunday afternoon."
Yvonne Puffer - Department of Libraries, New Castle, Delaware (Mar 29, 1995)