Christine Freeman has been a music teacher and accompanist in the Los Angeles and Fort Wayne areas for over 30 years. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in music from California State University at Northridge (CSUN) where she studied with artist in residence, Jakob Gimpel and Francoise Regnat. Focusing on accompanying and chamber music, Ms. Freeman worked as an accompanist at CSUN and El Camino College and was coached in chamber music by several artists including Nathaniel Rosen, Jeffrey Solow, Peter Rejto, Eric Friedmann and Endre Granat. In 1995, Ms. Freeman returned to college and received her Master of Music degree in piano performance from Butler University where she studied with artist in residence, Panayis Lyras. Ms. Freeman teaches music fundamentals at IPFW, teaches piano through the IPFW Community Arts Academy and works as a free-lance accompanist in the Fort Wayne area. She is a member of Northeast Indiana Music Teachers Association, Indiana Music Teachers Association, Music Teachers National Association, and American College of Piano Teachers (Guild).