GRAMMY®️-nominated cellist Christine Kim is a Juilliard graduate who has built a diverse musical landscape ranging from classical to pop. Enamored by the soulful human-like tone of the cello, she began to play at the age 4.
Christine has performed at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Staples Center, Microsoft Theatre, Radio City Music Hall, Madison Square Garden, and The Apollo Theater to name some. She has also appeared on national television shows and specials including PBS, Saturday Night Live (NBC), Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (NBC), The View (ABC) and Good Morning America (ABC). Christine has toured with Sheryl Crow and continues to collaborate with Singer/Songwriter Dar Williams. As a recording artist, she has played on several soundtracks for feature films and television.
Sought after for her intuitive approach as a Musical Coordinator, she has assembled orchestras for special events such as The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Michael J. Fox Foundation, National Football League, Muhammad Ali’s Power of Love birthday bash, and for artists such as Jeff Beck, Kygo, Aretha Franklin, Donna Summer, as well as the scores for I,Tonya and for AMC television series Rubicon.
Christine holds a degree at The Juilliard School (Bachelor of Music) and Artist Diplomas from The University of Southern California and the Musikhochschule Lubeck, Germany.