Christine Cornwell is a producer, violinist, improviser, and collectively minded creator with a diverse history of projects in the UK & The Netherlands.
She welcomes new connections with collectives and initiatives who are searching for sustainable practises and connections to local and artistic community. 

Christine is the co-founder of Streetview Collective (Amsterdam), co-founder of ArtBreak (Rotterdam), an associate composer at Stan's Cafe Theater Company (Birmingham, UK) and is employed as a creative producer and guest teacher at Codarts (Rotterdam).

She has premiered new works for solo violin by composers such as Angela Elizabeth Slater, Eda Er, Bobby Barry, Max Gibson + has worked on existing works with Michael Wolters, Howard Skempton, Elliott Sharp, Jo Kondo.

Performance venues/festivals including: Snape Maltings, Barbican, Town Hall Birmingham, Centrala, Ideas of Noise (UK) Eastside Projects, EYE film instituut (NL), Fenix Factory (NL), WORM (NL), Varia (NL), IICS(TR) Frontiers Festival, Grachtenfestival (NL), Gaudeamus Muziekweek (NL), Illuminate Women's Music Season II (2019 UK tour), Fusion (DE), and BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio 6, NPO 2.
She has recorded for albums by: Josh Herring, Robert Nettleship and Lisa.

Christine is currently sponsored to study an MA programme: Arts and Cultural Enterprise at Central St Martins, University of the Arts in London. She has a Masters in Classical Composition from Codarts University of the Arts, Rotterdam, and a Bachelor in Music Performance (violin) from Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.

She is a new member (as of 2022) of the musical community of Batavierhuis, in Rotterdam.