Christina von Bülow grew up with jazz, as her father, Fritz von Bülow, was a jazz guitarist and developed a great love for brazilian music too, along with the jazz music that was already a natural part of her life. She started playing flute in her teenage years and later changed to the alto saxophone, which has been her main instrument ever since. From 86-90 she studied at the Rythmic Music Conservatory in Copenhagen.
In 1990 she had private lessons with Stan Getz at his home in Malibu, one year before he passed away. She says about the mentorship: “He welcomed me with great hospitality, we met several times and I spent many inspiring hours with him during my two months stay in Los Angeles. He became like a mentor for me.”
Christina is continuously releasing new music, the latest release being On the Brink of a Lovely Song (march 2018)
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