Thank you for letting me share the magic of music with you! My player has 3 tracks from my new demo and the Songs page offers some of the tunes from my "No Time to Be Blue" CD, which is available through CD Baby, and - and can also be streamed on Spotify.

My unplugged songwriter concert "Songs for Women" will take place on Saturday, September 12, at the AWCZ in Zurich.  This is a benefit for FIZ, a Swiss NGO that helps women immigrants and victims of sex trafficking. It's also the premiere for some of my newest songs like "Woman on the Run." Even though the main theme of the concert is women, everyone is welcome.

For information about my sound healing work, please see the Vibratuning website. If you are a songwriter in Switzerland, you can join the Zurich Songwriters MeetUp here. I also offer private coaching in songwriting, voice, and performance on Skype or in Zurich, Switzerland. Please contact me directly via email to make an appointment. I also offer translations of Germany lyrics into English or a completely new lyric for a song (see the Lyrics page for more information). 

My "Healing Songs Concert" is currently unavailable: It invites audience members to sing simple affirmations in English, as well as listening to inspirational songs. It's unplugged and suitable for venues like yoga studios and meditation centers. Song samples at this link. Please write if you're interested in hosting it at your location in Switzerland once events are allowed again.

I would love to hear from you! Please leave your message in the Guestbook.

Love and blessings,
Christina Grimm
"Christina Grimm is a classic singer/songwriter in the 1970's style of Carole King and Joni Mitchell. Imbued with passion, personal appeal, humor and life, Grimm is a highly entertaining figure both on stage and on CD. Her latest release, No Time To Be Blue, encompasses the performance spirit and wit of the golden age of singer/songwriters; using pop, folk, rock and blues as backdrops for her intricate and subtle story songs." Wildy's World

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