Christiana Little



Thursday, October 20 at 11:00pm

$15 ($12 with SONiCPass)

NUSS/Sanders: "Shadows of Emptiness" from Original Innocence (March 25, 2011)


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Christiana Little, a native of Austin, Texas, moved to New York to study at the Manhattan School of Music where she received her Bachelor of Music in Voice.

Christiana has premiered groundbreaking pieces by up-and-coming composers, including two one-woman musical dramas written especially for her versatile “beautiful soprano” voice, which can also take on a “cool, bluesy sound.” (The Austin Chronicle). She has been praised as “skillful at comedy…with (truly) funny faces and slapstick, over-the-top gestures” (The Dumbo Review), as “brilliant…filled with comedic genius.” (NYC Views and News), and “charming” (The Epoch Times). Her intelligent energy and classic features lend an uncommon grace and eloquence to all her performances.

In addition to her vocal studies, Christiana was a member of the Manhattan School of Music Composer’s Forum and studied Creative Writing at Columbia University and Southwestern University. She wrote a guide book to her alma mater, Southwestern University, which was published by College Prowler Press. Christiana’s program notes and synopses are read by thousands of patrons every week in playbills for the Opera & Ballet in Cinema series.

Christiana is currently writing her own original musical, I Used to Be a Fat Girl. Christiana is the vocal coach and assistant music director on a feature film musical comedy, The Adventures of Paul and Marian, for which she also composed several songs.

In addition to performing and writing, Christiana teaches voice and performance technique out of her home studio in Astoria.