Kristine Musgrove

PhD Candidate
Music Education
Office: TC 326

Kristine Musgrove is currently a Music Education PhD candidate at Western University in London, Ontario. She holds a Master’s Degree in Music Education from Florida International University in Miami, Florida, which she completed in 2014. She earned her Bachelor of Music in 2010 from Stetson University in Deland, Florida.

Kristine was employed as a Middle School Choir teacher in Berkeley County, West Virginia for two years. During that time, she also taught several High School Indoor and Outdoor Percussion Ensembles at various local schools. Additionally, she taught private percussion lessons to students ranging from elementary school age to adulthood. Prior to that, she taught Wind, String, Vocal, Guitar, and Percussion Ensembles for 3 years at the secondary level in South Florida, as well as Music Theory. 

Kristine involved her community in making music by founding an Intermediate School Beginner Band for fourth and fifth graders at two schools. She also created the Eastern Regional Wind Symphony, a band comprised of community members and other music educators in Berkeley County.

Kristine’s primary research interest focuses on pedagogy employed in secondary instrumental ensembles.