Lindsay Fulton

Specializes in: Piano, Voice, Steel Tongue Drum, Accordion, Ukulele and Harmonica


Education: University of Nebraska at Lincoln


Lindsay Fulton or ‘Miss Lindsay,’ was born in Omaha, Nebraska but has called Chicago home for over fifteen years. As a child, she was asked to perform violin duets and to serve on a select strings group. Today, she enjoys performing at private holiday events as well as watching her current piano students’ progress.


She attended the University of Nebraska at Lincoln (UNL) where she studied abroad in French Linguistics at Le Centre Linguistique Appliqué of Besancon, France. Most recently, she received a Music Certification from the Music Together program of Chicago, which focuses on singing and dancing for pre-k grades. She continues to supplement her skills through various University courses from The University of Edinburgh, Commonwealth Education of Canada, and Berklee College of Music.


While her focus is on piano and voice, she also enjoys playing the accordion, steel tongue drum, ukulele and harmonica. When she’s not teaching or playing an instrument, you can find her enjoying the company of family and friends or entertaining herself with improv classes, speaking French, studying botanical and eastern medicines, watercolor painting, doing small interior design projects, or throwing the ball at The Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore with her husband Mike and Australian Shepherd Lucy.