Christine McCune


Christine Clemmons-McCune is a singer and actress who began her studies at the Duke Ellington High School of the Arts in Washington, DC. While attaining a Bachelor of Music at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA, she gained the honor of being selected as a Marion Anderson Historical Society Protégé, a National Merit Scholar, and the Vocalist of the Year (2000). She also trained at the American Institute of Musical Studies in Graz, Austria. In 2003, she received a Master of Music in Opera Performance from The Juilliard School where she was a Morse Fellow as well as Concert Fellow, two teaching programs geared at introducing musical styles and ideas to New York City public school students. She was also Juilliard’s Gospel Choir director and Musical Director for the Martin Luther King Celebration.  While in New York, Christine has originated roles in the musicals/operas Ellen Craft, No Easy Walk to Freedom, Vodu Macbeth, Stand by the River, and the Broadway Musical In My Life.