Co-founder Christina Giacona is the producer, conductor, artistic director, and contractor for Onyx Lane. She is also a Lecturer on American Musics for the School of Music and affiliate faculty for the Film and Media Department at The University of Oklahoma, a Smithsonian Folkways-certified World Music Pedagogue, and holds the Janice and Allyn Donaubauer Clarinet Chair with the Fort Smith Symphony. Fiercely dedicated to producing the music of our millennium, Christina produces the Ruggles Native American Music Series at the University of Oklahoma, is the former Executive Director and clarinetist of the Los Angeles New Music Ensemble, and serves as a session producer for film, classical, and popular recordings.
Christina has worked on recording projects with Grammy-winning engineers and producers
including Tom Weir (Best Reggae Album 2004, Studio City Sound), Matthew Snyder (Best Classical Album, 2004), Mark Donahue (Best Engineered Classical Album 2017), Tim Handley (Producer of the year 2006), and RIAA platinum certification garnering engineers including Kevin Lively (Elton John, Aretha Franklin, Usher, Pink), Chris Collier (Korn, Whitesnake), Steve Valenzuela (Rod Stewart, Jason Derulo), and Andrew Maury (Lizzo, Shawn Mendes).
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