Composer, vocalist, multi-instrumental electronic musician, and multimedia artist Christina Wheeler’s sonic explorations have included forays in a myriad of styles and forms. She blends an amalgam of improvised electronic music from an array sources: processed vocals, vocal loops, hand-triggered sampler, theremin, Q-chord, autoharp, and electric mbira. A graduate of Harvard-Radcliffe Colleges and Manhattan School of Music, she has performed and recorded with numerous artists, including Nicole Mitchell, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Chaka Khan, Vernon Reid, John Cale, Laraaji, Matana Roberts, Abdou Mboup, HPrizm/Priest, Greg Tate, Satch Hoyt, Jamie Lidell, DJ Olive, Marc Ribot, Zeena Parkins, Murcof, John Carter, and Fred Hopkins. Her featured work with David Byrne included international tours and television appearances on The Late Show with David Letterman, and PBS’s Sessions at West 54th Street. MTV’s AMP featured her music. She has also performed at New York’s Lincoln Center and Berlin’s Philharmonie. She has collaborated with choreographers Sally Silvers and Jodi Melnick. Recent recording collaborators include Fred P, Benjamin Brunn, Ripperton, and Shinedoe. She was a 2016 Artist in Residency at Harvestworks Media Arts Center, New York. Now, she is completing production an album, Songs of S + D, finishing post-production for another, Tres Es un Número Mágico, and composing new work for the glass armonica.