Christina H. Kang, is a Speech-Language Pathologist, Singing Voice Specialist, voice teacher, and a Mezzo-Soprano. She completed Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance from the University of Connecticut, and Master of Science degree in Communication Science and Disorders from MGH Institute of Health Professions.
She received intensive training at the Massachusetts General Hospital Voice Center and the University of Kentucky Clinical Voice Center. She was an instructor in Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, and lecturer of Vocal Pedagogy courses at Arizona State University, Department of Music from 2013-2018.
She cofounded Mayo Clinic Arizona’s state-of-the-art Multidisciplinary Voice Program in 2012 and retired from Mayo Clinic in 2020 to start her own private voice practice in Miami. Christina lectures internationally on voice and swallowing disorders. Her seminal work on muscle tension dysphagia and the published recommendations for treating this disorder are now widely adopted. She specializes in the treatment of muscle tension related voice disorders and utilizes this valuable expertise to help singers achieve vocal freedom in both speaking and singing voice.