Division: Music History
Position: Assistant Professor
Office: E-570 HFAC
Clémence Destribois grew up in Normandy, France, where she studied trumpet, organ, voice, harmony (part-writing), and music analysis in the conservatories of Le Havre, Rouen, and Caen. She earned a Diplôme d’Etat in music education in France, as well as a bachelor’s degree in organ performance and a master’s degree in musicology at BYU. Dr. Destribois received her Ph.D. in musicology in London (Royal Holloway), researching connections between theory and practice in seventeenth-century Italy with an emphasis on ensemble music.
Dr. Destribois has presented papers in England (SMA Theory and Analysis Graduate Students conference, Keele Music Analysis conference), Italy (at the Swedish institute in Rome with the STINT network), and at the University of Uppsala in Sweden, where she presented one of her thesis chapters in a seminar.
PhD, Musicology, Royal Holloway, University of London
MA, Musicology, Brigham Young University
BM, Organ Performance, Brigham Young University
Diplôme d’Etat, Music Education