Anna-Christina Music

Welcome

Welcome to the official website of composer/songwriter Anna-Christina. With an edgy approach to her dramatic, emotional and passionate piano pieces, film, media and meditation music are all part of her catalogue of compositions. Her unorthodox use of the orchestra merged with her alternative Rock roots, makes for compelling compositions that transcend genres.

Anna-Christina is an award-winning storyteller and the author, narrator, creator, and owner of 'Music Audio Stories', an original company specialising in fun entertaining music audiobooks and unique storytelling for children.

Current Project

Nature’s Rainbow

Nature’s Rainbow (Mindfulness Meditation for Teens) album has been designed to nurture and inspire young minds. Created by the author of the Magnificent Me Magnificent You series, Dawattie Basdeo, each track nurtures mindfulness of the world around us and explores what we can learn from nature and empowerment of the self.

The music was specially composed by Anna-Christina. Each track has its own flavour that complements and enhances the guided meditations written and performed by Dawattie Basdeo. Unlike other meditation music, the music has been created specifically for each colour of the rainbow, gliding between the ebb and flow of the words to aid the unique listening experience. The music is based upon the resonant note of the Chakras and is designed to connect you with your inner peace. You can purchase the album here Shop. Read album review here Rocking Ur Teens.

Anna-Christina has a remarkable personal story to tell. Read about it here Biography.

Latest News

Wow! This word pretty much sums up my time at MCM London Comic Con. As I mentioned in my...
Wednesday, 15 June 2022
I can hardly believe this is happening and how lucky I am to announce my first-ever book...
Sunday, 22 May 2022
As a winner of the Funky Kids Radio People's Choice National Artist of the Year...
Saturday, 30 April 2022
This is going to have to be a very quick blog post as I'm rushing around doing way too many things
Friday, 1 April 2022
After running around in London last month, enthusiastically showing librarians my new...
Friday, 18 March 2022