Christina Lawrie enjoys an exciting and varied career as soloist, song pianist and chamber musician. Career highlights include recitals for Wigmore Hall; Purcell Room; Leeds International Concert Season; St. George’s, Bristol; Perth Concert Hall; Grieg Concerto with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, and live performances for BBC Radio 3 and BBC Radio Scotland.
Christina adores the song repertoire, and loves her work as an accompanist in the RCM Vocal Department. She collaborates regularly with artists including her violinist husband Marcus Barcham-Stevens and baritone Stephen Varcoe, as well as many of the RCM vocal students. Along with violinist Harriet Mackenzie, Christina recently recorded a CD of music by Grieg, Tchaikovsky and Prokofiev. The CD will be released in early August 2018 on the Nimbus label with the support of Creative Scotland and a private sponsor.
Christina is a graduate of Cambridge University, the RCM and RAM. She studied with Sergei Babayan, Joan Havill, Vanessa Latarche and Yonty Solomon.
“…formidable intellect and boundless technique…fantastic playing”. The Observer