Christine C. Lindsay
1923 - 2017
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Lindsay, Christine C.

Christine Lindsay, 93, died October 24, 2017. Born in Washington, D.C., she began studying the piano at the age of 9. She performed as a concert pianist from the age of 15, at such places as the Phillips Collection and the National Gallery of Art. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, she was awarded a Fulbright scholarship to study in France at the Paris Conservatory of Music. She moved to the Binghamton area in 1951, and became a frequent soloist with the Binghamton Symphony. In the late 1960s, she took up the harpsichord and played many solo recitals and in chamber groups, as well as with jazz bassist Slam Stewart. Christine taught harpsichord for seven years at Binghamton University, and gave private piano lessons until 2005. Heartfelt thanks to Marion Steika, her superb caregiver for the past year, and also remembering Jennifer Hopkins, who has a gift with the elderly. Christine was predeceased by her husband, Dr. Kenneth C. Lindsay, in 2009. She is survived by her son, Guy (Shari) of Middletown, Conn., and her daughter, Jennifer (Mark Tevelow), of Vestal, New York. She leaves behind two grandchildren, Joel Church of Washington, D.C., and Allison Lindsay of Middletown, Conn. Services will be private. If you would like to honor Christine's memory, consider a donation to the Binghamton University Art Museum Acquisition Fund. Donations may be made through the Binghamton University Foundation. To donate, make your check payable to "Binghamton University Foundation" and designate your gift to the "Art Gallery - Art Acquisition - Account #10752" and mail to: Binghamton University Foundation, PO Box 6005, Binghamton, NY 13902-6005.






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Published in Press & Sun-Bulletin on Oct. 29, 2017.
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November 3, 2017
Miss you Mom

Love,

Guy
November 3, 2017
A Sunflower always
My amazing Aunt Christine. You have left this earthly plane to take your beautiful music to the Angels. May your talent shine on forever. All my love to your family and my regrets for not being able to be closer to you.Always in my heart. Your brother Bill would have been so proud of you. xox Stacey
Stacey Kelley
November 3, 2017
A Sunflower always in my thoughts
My Amazing Aunt Christine. A beautiful mind and talented soul has left our eartlhy plane of existence. May you shine on in your next experience and play your Angelic music. All my Love to your family and sadness that I was unable to be closer to you in this life. Your bother Bill would have been so proud of you.Love Stacey Kelley.
October 28, 2017
With deepest sympathy for your loss.
Stephen & Michelle Grybowski
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