Christine Boone

Assistant Professor
224 Lipinsky Hall, CPO 2290
828.258.7668
Office Hours: Monday 3:30-4:30 Tuesday 3:00-4:30 Wednesday 3:30-4:30 And by appointment

Dr. Christine Boone received her B.M. in vocal performance at Indiana University and both her M.M. and Ph.D. in music theory at the University of Texas. Christine’s research interests are centered around popular music. She has presented papers on the Beatles in both the United States and the United Kingdom. Her current research focuses on mashups, and her work on the subject has been published in several forums, including Music Theory Online. Christine, a soprano, is also an active performer in both choral ensembles and solo work. She has also put her musical knowledge to work on National Public Radio’s classical music game show, “Piano Puzzler.” "For more on Christine's work with mashups http://christineboone.wix.com/mashademia

Education

B.M. Indiana University
M.M. University of Texas
Ph.D. University of Texas

Courses Taught

  • Introductory Music Theory
  • Music Theory I
  • Music Theory II
  • Music Theory III
  • Aural Skills I
  • Aural Skills II
  • Aural Skills III
  • Advanced Topics in Music Theory: Analytical Techniques
  • Advanced Topics in Music Theory: Analysis of Popular Music
  • Music and Math (co-taught with Dr. Samuel Kaplan)