Adjunct Professor of Music
MA in Music Education, Texas Woman's University
BM in Music Education, Southern Methodist University
Christiane Gilbert, BM, MA, received her Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education (Voice emphasis) from Southern Methodist University and her master’s degree from Texas Woman’s University. During her master’s studies at TWU, Mrs. Gilbert served as a graduate teaching assistant where her teaching responsibilities included assisting with Voice Class, Elementary Methods, Secondary Methods, Women in Music, and directing the University Choir.
Mrs. Gilbert has taught elementary music education in both public and private schools and has held the position of Music Director in a North Texas church. Most recently, Mrs. Gilbert was an assistant choral director for the Intermediate and Upper School choirs in a Frisco private school.
Mrs. Gilbert is currently completing her Doctor of Musical Arts degree through Boston University. Her dissertation topic is an examination of the inclusion and representation of women in current university music history courses, a subject for which she is passionate. She is a member of American Choral Directors Association, Texas Music Educators Association, NAfME: National Association for Music Education, Society for Research in Music Education, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, and Phi Kappa Lambda Music Honorary Society.
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