Christine has grown up in a family where music and art was very important. Already as a little child she followed the curiosity for the music, playing several instruments and taking the art class during high school. Her passion for lyrical art then started growing as she participated in several musical projects. With the vocal lessons in the Conservatoire de la Ville de Luxembourg in the class of Monique Simon she finally figured out that classical singing is her vocation. She finished the Bachelor of Music with Yvonne Schiffelers in the Conservatorium Maastricht in 2017, where she recently takes the Master program. Meanwhile she extends her skills through participating in several Masterclasses amongst others with Fionnuala McCarthy and Peter Kooij. During the Bachelor studies, she discovers interest music pedagogy and decides to add this subject to her studies. This second subject gave her the opportunity to make first experiences like teaching in a music school, having insight in “Musikalische Früherziehung” and arranging songs for a CD project in a primary school. In September 2017, she starts with the choral conducting of the “Heischter Gënzebléien”. Christine regularly performs as a soloist and in chamber music with orchetsras like “Estro Armonico” (Messe en do maj. Op.169 Rheinberger, 2015, direction Nancy Back-Kelsen / Missa Brevis in F KV 192 W.A. Mozart, 2016, direction Gerry Welter / Reqiuem in c MH 154 M. Haydn, 2017, direction Andy Loor) and the “Orchestre de Chambre du Luxembourg” (Magnificat MWV A2 F.Mendelssohn, 2016, direction Marc Dostert), with the French organist Frédéric Mayeur (2016) and the ensemble “Ad Libitum” (baroque cantatas, 2016 – 2017).