Christine Kisielewsky


Senior Lecturer for Jazz & Pop (Vocals)Department Music Education Innsbruck
2009-2016 Christine Kisielewsky was a lecturer for jazz and pop vocals as well as piano at the Vienna Conservatory, where she was head of the pop department 2012-2016. In addition to workshops and activities as a vocal coach, she has also been teaching jazz & pop (vocals) as well as piano at the PH Salzburg and the Mozarteum University in Salzburg and Innsbruck since 2013.
Christine Kisielewsky began her musical education in classical piano at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg. She studied music and instrumental music education as well as IGP piano classics. In 2010 she completed her master's degree in singing and keyboard instruments in popular music at the University of Music in Vienna with distinction and also received the honorary award for the best graduate.

As a singer and keyboardist, she regularly performs in various formations at home and abroad (including Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Turkey and the USA). She has worked with artists such as Conchita, Leroy Emmanuel, Bobby McFerrin, Gunkl, Christian Kolonovits, Marianne Mendt, Richard Österreicher, Wolfgang Puschnig and Willi Resetarits and has released several albums.

She has been a soloist and vocal coach for the Favorhythm Gospelsingers since 2005, and has been a member of the vocal comedy group DIE ECHTEN since 2011, which was in the finale of "The Great Chance of Choirs" in 2015 and regularly performs as a hard choir at the ORF cabaret summit. With her own projects CK 4-TETT and LEELAH SKY, she released a debut album in 2013 and 2016 and was voted one of the 30 best Austrian songwriters in 2017.