Christina Long performed in Canada, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, Malaysia, Poland, Taiwan,
China, Turkey, Uruguay, and 26 States of USA.
Received the Doctorate of Music Arts from the University of North Texas, where she
awarded the Best Dissertation Award. Besides winning the First Prize at the Kingsville
International Young Performer’s Competition, she was with her sister, the Long Duo,
first prize at the Competition by the National Federation of Music Clubs.
Among their noted performances are concerts in the Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center,
Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Dallas Museum of Arts, Phillips Gallery (Washington
Spoleto Festival. Their diverse style and eloquent musicianship has “put new life
into duo piano
recital. (Washington Post). Their performances were broadcast on National Public Radio,
WQXR New York, WRR Dallas, and CBC Canada. She has recorded for Centaur Records and
Dorian Sono Luminus Records. The recording has received raving reviews from Fanfare
Magazine, Arts Desk of Landon and the American Record Guide.
Served as the Artist-In-Residence in Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Assistant
Professor of Piano at Westfield State University (Massachusetts), and Tabor College
in the past, currently she appears regularly at the InterHarmony International Music
Italy and Germany where her playing was praised by German critic as “playing with
speed, she impressed the audience with sophisticated dynamics and most delicate nuances.”