Organist and composer Christina Harmon (b. 1944) is a graduate of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music and Southern Methodist University and has done further study at Union Theological Seminary; the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria; and the University of North Texas. She has worked as an organ and theory instructor at Southern Methodist University, the University of North Texas, Dallas Baptist University, and the University of Texas at Dallas. Many of Harmon's former students are now professional organists and prize winners. She served Park Cities Baptist Church in Dallas thirty‑seven years as organist and for twenty years as composer‑in‑residence.
Harmon's work as a composer and performer appears on several CD recordings. As a performer, she has appeared in concert at many significant churches throughout the United States and Europe. In 1986 she founded the French and British Organ Music Seminars, which have become events of international status in which organists from all over the world study and perform on some of the greatest European organs. In addition she is the editor of six DVDs, which feature the Parisian organs and organists of Ste‑Clotilde and St‑Sulpice.