Christina Branz holds a Bachelor of Music cum laud from Oklahoma City University. She has been coaching since 1998 tailoring lessons to accommodate each vocalist's personal goals using proper vocal technique to train each artist in classical music, contemporary music, and musical theater. She strives to develop style and artistry, strengthen vocal stamina and endurance, and deliver memorable performances and presentations, while guiding the heart, mind, and body of vocalists to establish a base for excellence as an artist.
While she has reputable experience as a professional vocalist in both Opera and Musical Theater, she has over 25 years experience as a lead vocalist and worship team coach for teams throughout San Antonio.
She has a passion for training others to use their gifts to glorify our creator with excellence and to sing with passion, sincerity, and humility.
Early in her career she performed with the Oklahoma City Opera and Musical Theater company as well as the Oklahoma City Philharmonic in various operas and musicals. Locally, she performed as Pitti Sing in the San Antonio Symphony’s YPCS presentation of The Mikado, was nominated for an ATAC Globe Award for her role as Anita in West Side Story, and won an ATAC Globe Award for Best Supporting actress in a musical for her role as Maggie in 42nd Street.
Christina has professional experience as a worship leader, lead vocalist, and worship team vocal coach for several notable churches here in San Antonio including Cornerstone Church and First Baptist Church of Universal City. In addition, she has also enjoyed recording 3 albums as an independent recording artist and is a studio vocalist for local songwriters.
Above all, Christina considers her most important endeavor the task of raising and homeschooling her 5 children with her husband of over 20 years, Bryan. Having graduated her first 2 young adults, she looks forward to completing the home-school journey in the next few years ahead with her other 3 teenagers.