Christina Kim started her musical training on piano at age of 5 in Seoul, Korea. After she trained at Sun-Hwa Art middle school and high school, she recieved her bachelor's degree in piano performance from YonSei University in Seoul, Korea.
She came to U.S. in 1991 and pursued her master's degree in composition specializing in computer music with Professor Philip Winsor at the University of North Texas. She earned her second master's degree from University of North Texas in 2007 as the first student of collaborative piano studying with Dr. Steven Harlos and Dr. Elvia Puccinelli.
She has performed at a summer music festival in DaeGu, Korea with Professor Eugene Osadchy and Dr. Susan Dubois from the University of North Texas. She has also performed for the Lewisville Lake International Chamber Series, as well as for the Basically Beethoven Festival.
She has played as a rehearsal pianist in several productions at UNT's Opera Theater, including Sour Angelica, the Concert for Hope, and La Traviata. She worked as a coach and a répétiteur for a Opera in the Ozarks in 2008. She has been an active collaborative pianist playing for several studios at UNT and musicians in the DFW area. Along with teaching at Lone Star Music Academy, she is a staff accompanist at Texas Women's University.