Canadian pianist Christine Eggert debuted on CBC radio as a piano soloist at age 16, and she has since performed across Canada and internationally in the United States, Austria, Norway, and Ireland. Ms. Eggert holds a Masters from University of British Columbia, an Bachelor’s of Music with Distinction from University of Alberta, an ARCT from Royal Conservatory of Toronto, and has completed collaborative piano studies at the Schubert Institute in Baden bei Wien, Austria, under the world’s foremost lieder specialists, including Rudolf Jansen, Elly Ameling, and Julius Drake.
In 2014 Christine joined the Oregon Center for the Arts at Southern Oregon University as Artist Faculty in the music department, where she teaches core theory and history, courses as well as piano lessons. Ms. Eggert is the director of the Ashland Chamber Music Workshop.
Christine frequently tours as a collaborative pianist. Recent engagements include Poulenc's 2-piano concerto with pianist Joel Fan, concerts with the Expanse Ensemble (two piano and two percussion), Emerson String Quartet’s founding cellist, Eric Wilson, and former Dallas Brass trumpeter Dan Kocurek. She is also a highly sought-after teacher and maintains an active private studio.