Christine D. Anderson is in great demand as handbell clinician and solo handbell artist. Having received her music degree from Florida Atlantic University, she embarked on a career encompassing all aspects of the art of handbell ringing. She is a sales representative for Malmark handbells, serves as editor for Handbells magazine, conducts handbell festivals and conferences across the nation, and concertizes around the world, including twenty‑five countries and all fifty United States. Christine's more than 100 published arrangements have set the standard for excellence in solo ringing, and her CDs and videos showcase her incredible grace and musicality. In 1984 Christine founded, and still rings in, the Medallion Ringers, a professional four‑in‑hand handbell quartet which actively tours the United States and other countries. She is Artist‑in‑Residence at The Master's College in Santa Clarita, California and annually receives an ASCAP standard award for performances in the Concert Division.
Christine is happily married to Dr. Ross S. Anderson, science professor at The Master's College. They have four married children and ten grandchildren.
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