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Christine Limb, DMA

Christine Limb, DMA

Associate Professor, Department of Music, Visual and Performing Arts Department

Doctor of Musical Arts. University of Southern California. Horn Performance and Music History. Elective Fields: Music Theory and Music Education.
Master of Music. West Virginia University. Music Education
Bachelor of Music. West Virginia University. Music Theory and Composition. Double major in Music Education.
Additional coursework at Boston University, the Juilliard School and the University of California Los Angeles.

Teaching Experience (select)
  • Lincoln University – Associate Professor of Music 2009 - present. Interim chair 2013.
  • Anna Maria College (MA) – Director of Music Education and Assistant Professor of Music.
  • Towson University (MD) – Assistant Professor of Music, Assistant Director of the Towson University TIGER Marching Band.
  • Santa Monica – Malibu Unified School District (CA) – Instrumental music teacher.
  • Santa Monica College (CA) – Associate Faculty.
  • Additional: Pepperdine University (CA), Los Angeles Valley College (CA), Rio Hondo College (CA), Monongalia and Marion Counties (WV).
Courses Taught at Lincoln University
  • Music Theory; Form and Analysis; Music Literature and Styles III; Music Fundamentals / Keyboard; Music Appreciation; First Year Experience; French horn lessons.
  • Lincoln University Operas and Musicals: Conductor (2010-2017); Conductor and Music Director (2017)
Productions
  • “Night on Broadway” - 2017
  • “World Goes Round” - 2016
  • “The Mikado” - 2015
  • “The Medium and The Telephone” - 2014
  • "Kismet” - 2013
  • “Man of La Mancha” - 2012
  • “Hansel and Gretel” - 2012
  • “Treemonisha” - 2011
Publications and Conferences
  • American Association of University Professors – Summer Institute 2017. University of Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • American Association of University Professors – Summer Institute 2016. Portland State University, OR.
  • Paper and Presentation: “Assessment in the Music Classroom: Evaluation of Band, Orchestra, Choir and General Music.” 2014 Hawaii International Conferences: Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. January 4, 2014.
  • Conducting Workshop for Music Educators. The Juilliard School, New York, NY. July 2012. Works: Emile Bernard Divertissment and Franz Schubert Symphony No. 5 in B Flat Major.
  • Article “Junior Internship Program: Innovative Ways to Fulfill the Pre-Service Student Teaching Hours in Music Education,” Co-author – Dr. Kirsten Kunkle. Hawaii University International Conference: Arts and Humanities Proceedings Publication. US Library of Congress. ISSN #2162-9188 (CD – ROM). ISSN# 2162 -917X (On-Line).
  • Presentation “Junior Internship Program: Innovative Ways to Fulfill the Pre-Service Student Teaching Hours in Music Education,” Co –presenter - Dr. Kirsten Kunkle. Hawaii University International Conference: Arts and Humanities. January 2012. Honolulu, HI.
  • Presentation “The Transition from College Student to Young Professional,” PMEA State Conference. April 2011. Hershey, PA.
  • Article “Lincoln University Music Department Hosts First CMENC Clinic,” Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) Journal. Summer 2012.
  • Presentation “The College Student’s Attendance at Conferences; The Benefits, How-To, and Where,” PMEA State Conference. April 2010. Hershey, PA.
  • Presentation “Anna Maria College Composition Project,” October 25, 2008. Paxton, MA.
  • Article “Session with Five County Supervisors” MMEA Journal, Spring 2007
  • Presentation “Rehearsal Techniques” Maryland Music Educators Association, October 15, 2004 Baltimore, MD.
  • Presentation “Clapping and Counting; An Examination of the Elementary Instrumental Music Student’s Understanding of Rhythm” Maryland Music Educators Association, October 15, 2004, Baltimore, MD
  • Santa Monica – Malibu USD Youth Honor Orchestra. Conductor. Flute and French horn section leader. 1995 – 2003.
  • Article “Comprehensive Elementary Instrumental Music Programs in Title I Schools,” CMEA News Magazine, Winter 2002.
  • Speaker, California Model Arts Project Conference, May 2002, San Jose, CA.
  • District Representative, California Model Arts Project, January 2001, Sacramento, CA, and January, 2002, Riverside, CA.
  • Speaker, California Model Arts Project Conference, May 2001, Pasadena, CA.
  • Article “Comprehensive Instrumental Music Program,” CMEA News Magazine, Winter 2001.
  • Presenter/Conductor (elementary honor orchestra) California Music Educator’s Conference, March, 2001, Ontario, CA.
Professional Organizations:
  • Pi Kappa Lambda Honor Society - lifetime member
  • International Horn Society
  • AAUP
  • LUC – AAUP Secretary 2018 – 2020
  • University of Southern California Thornton School of Music Alumni Association – lifetime alumni member
  • University of Southern California Alumni Association - lifetime member