Christine graduated in 2007 from San Jose State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Jazz Voice. She had the honor to be taught by some of the best musicians in the music business, such as Frank Sumares, a world-renowned jazz pianist and Anne Marie Katemopoulos, the conductor of the jazz choir. Before learning how to sing and scat (jazz improvisation) in the Jazz style, Christine learned the vocal techniques of Classical music. Her teachers included Dr. David Rohrbaugh, Director of the San Jose Opera, and Joseph Frank, a tenor for the Metropolitan Opera.
Christine has sung professionally with several musical groups from the California Bay Area for over ten years and is currently singing in three different musical groups: What The Funk, Two for the Road, and Hit Waves.
A native of San Mateo, Christine Noble began her professional singing career in 1998 when she joined a rhythm and blues band from San Francisco, California called Double Funk Crunch. In this group she performed both lead and background vocals as well as intricate choreographed dance routines. The band toured extensively throughout California performing for many prominent corporations such as Cisco Systems and Microsoft. They were also featured on the television program, “Game Day,” for KPIX Channel 5.
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