Christina Hahn, born in 1991 in Bergisch Gladbach, received her first recorder lessons in the age of six and afterwards lessons in violin and the piano. During her time at the music school in Bonn she was impressed by her recorder teacher Meike Herzig, who accompanied her to several music competitions.
From 2010 to 2015, she studied recorder performance and music education at the University Mozarteum in Salzburg with Prof. Dorothee Oberlinger and Matthijs Lunenburger. In 2015, she finished her Bachelor studies with honours. Afterwards she went to the Hochschule für Künste in Bremen to complete her recorder studies in the class of Prof. Han Tol. In summer 2017 she graduated her Master in ancient music performance. During her time in Salzburg and Bremen she startet do discover and to play the baroque bassoon as well. Following this passion, she continued her studies at the Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt am Main and the Uiversität der Künste Berlin, studying historical bassoon instruments with Christian Beuse and Katrin Lazar.
In a variety of masterclasses and workshops she visited, she got many other important musical impulses from famous recorder players and artists like Walter van Hauwe, Kees Boecke, Paul Leenhouts, Maurice Steger, Michael Form, Alfredo Bernardini and Vittorio Ghielmi among others.
In addition to her activities as a soloist, Christina Hahn is a dedicated chamber musician and plays in several settings of ensembles of baroque music and orchestra.
She played concerts with ensembles like "L'Arpeggiata" under the direction of Christina Pluhar and "Il suonar parlante" leaded by viola da gamba player Vittorio Ghielmi.
Notable concert series or concert halls are Kölner Philharmonie, Beethovenhaus Bonn, Opernhaus Bonn, Barockfestspiele Bad Arolsen, Potsdamer Musikfestspiele, Music festival Schloss Weilburg, Thüringer Bachwochen, and Concerts for Children at Stiftung Mozarteum. Other concert tours brought her to Italy, Belgium, Finland, and Mexiko.