Christina Linhardt has had a versatile career as a singer, actress, dancer and producer. Her "rich voice" (LA Weekly) has been featured in such Los Angeles venues as the historic Cinegrill, LA County Museum of Art, Cinema Under the Stars Film Festival (Bergamot Station), the Atlas-Wiltern Building, the Wilshire Ebell, the Los Angeles Cathedral (as a solo angel for Cardinal Mahony), the Main Stage of the Magic Castle and Hollywood's acclaimed Keyclub, to name a few.

Ms. Linhardt's eclectic
"Classics to Cabaret" show is a favorite
among European Royalty and diplomats, which she performed as the headlining act
for the opening of the Grand Concert Hall Parksalle in Saxony
Germany in February 2005, as well as at the re-opening of the Palace Lingner.
Her chanteuse performing was considered a highlight of the German-American Cultural Society Ball (held under the auspices of the Crown Prince of Saxony and the German Ambassador to the United States.)
She is also the official anthem singer for the German Embassy for their National Day.
Recently she journeyed down to the Top Secret Military Base
of Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to perform as the coquette opera singer
with the VampHear Circus, for families and personnel stationed there.

Ms. Linhardt is known locally for her interpretations of avante garde and new music in concerts often accompanied by the unique talents of Cirque du Soleil acrobats and Ringling Brothers Clowns. She is also known for leading the New Renaissance Folk ensemble Mad Spirit, which was created to compliment "Young & the Restless" Star Eric Braeden during his evenings of Shakespeare monologues.
Furthering her career in historical re-enactment, Christina was employed by the Patterson family, founders of the original Renaissance Faires,
as their Mistress of Revels, Lady of Misrule. She was also the 23 King of the Fools Guild for Southern California.( being one of only two female Kings)

As a dancer Christina traveled solo into remote regions of Africa to absorb grass-roots customary rhythms and dances, often learning directly from local villagers. From 1999-2000 she was managing director of the Open Gate Theatre Ensemble, performing a varied array of Eastern and ethnic dances, utilizing an unusual form of puppetry. Her performance in the title role of Open Gates "Pinocchio" is an ongoing favorite, especially among younger audiences
(turning away literally hundreds at the Electric Lodge in Venice, CA)

Christina Linhardt began her career in music as a child flute player sitting as first flute in the Jr. Philharmonic of California, the All-Southern-California-Honor-Band, and as principal flute for the Meremblum California Jr. Symphony. (As an orchestral player she shared the stage with a variety of performers including Wierd Al Jankovich, Richard Simmons, Al Jerraeu and Buddy Ebson) In her late teens her focus shifted from flute to theatrical singing.

She studied acting and movement at Oxford University in England, French at the Eurocentre in Paris, German at the Goethe Institute in Berlin and received a bachelors of music in vocal arts from USC, with a minor in theatre arts. As an actress Ms. Linhardt appeared opposite Oscar-Winner Maximilian Schell in "Faust Comes to Grand Avenue" with the Los Angeles Opera. She also has a prolific career as a variety entertainer specializing in clown and miming (she is a proud member of the Fooles Guilde).

During the year of 1999 Ms. Linhardt stepped off the stage and into the role of producer, winning the LA Weekly 1999 Production of the Year award as Associate Producer for the Odyssey Theatre Ensemble's "The Greeks". (Other producing credits at the Odyssey include the LA Premiere of Mark Medoff's "Gila", "Good Woman of Szechuan" and "Brecht on Brecht")

As well as performing, education is a prime focus for Christina. She gave voice lessons to Grammy Award Winner Dawn Robinson of En Vogue, is a trained theater therapist for the Imagination Workshop, a program that works with psychiatric patients and the criminally insane, focusing on healing through creativity and play, and has worked with At-Risk youth in Juvenile lockup facilities and for East Los Angeles Classic Theatre. Hobbies include skydiving, streetfighting (Krav Maga) and volunteering for TreePeople's speaker's bureau.

"Talented musician-singer-narrator Christina Linhardt"
-LA Times

"Vocalist Christina Linhardt sets a melancholy mood with her hauntingly beautiful Gaelic melodies"
-Daily Breeze

"Christina Linhardt, clear Rossini voice"
-Neue Presse

"...adding to the mesmerizing feel of the play is vocalist Christina Linhardt her other-worldly vocalizing introducing
each act with the haunting lilt of family memories"
-Easy Reader