Christina Falls from Collegeville, PA has been named as the winner of the Musicians Institute 35th Anniversary Audio Engineering Program Scholarship.
Christina has been playing bass since the age of 12, and has recorded and performed with several bands. She comes to Musicians Institute also having had experience as a college radio DJ and theater sound tech.
When asked why she chose to study at MI, Christina states: “I chose MI mainly because of its high standing as a contemporary music school. I know people come from around the world to attend, and companies see MI as very reputable for new hires. I also chose MI because of its location in the center of the music and entertainment industry. The most important thing is that MI has connections, auditions, and career services for its students and graduates.”
Her future goals are “to work in any audio position in TV, film, radio, recording studios, theatre, video games, and especially live concerts. My ultimate dream is to be a touring live sound engineer and/or a touring bassist. I’d also love to work with my musical heroes: James Michael, Dj Ashba, and Nikki Sixx.”
Everyone at MI welcomes Christina to the Audio Engineering Program, and congratulates her on winning this very prestigious award!
Special thanks to MI’s family of Alumni, whose generous donations fund this scholarship, which helps to provide talented students like Christina with the support, tools and recognition they need to launch successful and creative careers in the music industry.
(See MI’s website for details on how to apply for this and other scholarships.)