Christine Korb, MM, MT-BC
M.M. Master of Music in Music Therapy, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO
B.S. Sociology & Social Work, Mount Mary University, Milwaukee, WI
Christine Korb is an experienced Music Therapy Program Director and has been involved with program development, initiating and implementing program curriculum and strategies, is actively involved with the program assessment process and collaborates with community professionals as she increases the numbers of music therapists practicing and employed nationwide. She is genuinely dedicated to and passionate about rapport building between students and continues to actively participate in the music therapy community of professional music therapists and university and academic faculty. She is a published composer and is dedicated to the research process and is a published author of music therapy research.
Author of V.A. Alzheimer’s research project, funded by the Helen Bader Foundation, Milwaukee, WI
Published by Canadian Journal of Music Therapy, fall, Korb, C. (1997).
The influence of music therapy on patients with a diagnosed dementia. Canadian Journal of Music Therapy
Collaboration with the madrigal Singers of Mount Mary College in production of original Christmas song"
Merry Christmas Day", studio production March, 1994
Published composer of choral work, "Namaste," Shawnee Press (now Hal Leonard via J.W. Pepper) 1988
Published composer liturgical work, "Come, Come to the Desert Place," Archdiocese of Denver, Colorado 1984