Kristina Mulholland is an active French horn freelancer, teacher, and community connector in the greater Philadelphia area.
Her performances have included Symphony in C, Westminster Brass, Philos Brass Ensemble, Exit 4 Woodwind Quintet, Harrisburg Symphony, Liberty Wind Symphony, Concert Opera Philadelphia, Delaware Symphony Orchestra, Aspen Summer Music Festival and Curtis Symphony Orchestra. Her teaching engagements have spanned from private instruction to large ensemble rehearsal, from summer camp to general music, and from preschool through college-aged students. Kristina currently maintains a thriving private music instruction studio and conducts the Holy Innocents Church Vietnamese Children’s Choir.
In addition to education and performance, Kristina is passionate about music as a community agent. Her music community connector experiences have included working for the nonprofit music organization Play On Philly!, curating a music-art exhibit performance based on the sights and sounds of music intervals called Lines in Melody, creating a unified Philadelphia horn community through a project called Philadelphia Horn Orchestra, and volunteering on the Community Engagement Committee for the nonprofit music organization Rock to the Future.
She received her Bachelors in Music Education from The College of New Jersey and her Masters and Artist Diploma in French Horn Performance from Temple University. Kristina’s primary mentors have included Ann Mendoker, Kathryn Mehrtens, Wilhelm Schwaiger, and Jeffrey Lang.
In her free time, Kristina enjoys feeding her cats, playing duets with her horn player husband, making buzzing sounds with her son, and participating in triathlons.