Christina Scott Edelen is known as a versatile harpsichordist, fortepiano and organist. In the United States and Europe she has performed with, among others, Opera Atelier, Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, and the Berkeley, San Antonio and Bloomington Early Music Festivals. She studied at the Indiana University Early Music Institute and the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, and was a finalist at the Bodky International Competition.
Christina is a sought-after teacher and teacher, and has taught at Baylor University and the University of Houston. She is also organ player and choirmaster in the Anglican Church in The Hague. Her discography includes Boismoitier Sonatas for Flute and Harpsichord with Colin St. Martin and a selection of English Baroque organ concerts.
Together with Fred Edelen she forms Duo Edelen. They have been playing together since 1983 in numerous concerts in the US and Europe. Recent performances include the Edinburgh University Museum of Musical Instruments and the Houston Fine Arts Museum. As artistic leaders of Early Music Southwest they perform regularly in the Southwest of America.