Christine D. Anderson is an internationally renown solo handbell ringer who is in great demand as a handbell teacher/clinician, handbell festival director, and concert artist. In her work, Mrs. Anderson demonstrates her comprehensive knowledge of technique, methodology and repertoire.
She holds a B.A. in Music from Florida Atlantic University and has appeared on many national TV broadcasts, including "PM Magazine", Diane Bish's "The Joy of Music" and "The Hour of Power" from the Crystal Cathedral. She has thrilled audiences from the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, TN to a 15th century concert hall in Florence, Italy.
Mrs. Anderson has recorded two concert videos, two compact discs and one audio cassette, besides having co-authored an instructional/repertoire book and video for the solo ringer. She has published more than 70 solo/ensemble arrangements that reflect her innovative techniques and flair in choreography.
In 1984, Mrs. Anderson founded, and continues to ring in the Medallion Ringers, a professional 4-in-hand quartet. For many years, she directed an auditioned handbell ensemble at Houston's First Baptist Church, a group that has recorded most of the handbell choir music published by Alfred. Currently, Mrs. Anderson is a representative for Malmark Handbells, and is Handbell Consultant for the Southern Baptist Convention.